Are you a cannibal? Me neither, but pozole didn’t start off with turkey as the first protein...
Drew and I plodded on in search of his first turkey, headlamps showed the trail ahead. The land we hiked toward was public, but entirely surrounded by private property. To circumvent any trespassing violations we had to stay below the “high water mark” alongside the river. A boot width wide the trail was our rout. … Continue reading Wild Turkey Salad Time
Often when I make turkey ham the first question I get is…why? Why make a ham out of a turkey breast? Answer, because I want to enjoy a moist turkey breast. Let’s be honest, a traditional bake on a wild turkey is seldom satisfying. With this ham I can slice thin for sandwiches, thicker for … Continue reading Turkey Ham
If you are like me a turkey is a big prize. I have shot roughly triple the number of mule deer than turkeys in my life. So I like to make the most of the meat when I get it. Frequently recipes for wild birds are all about the breast meat. Sure, that’s it the … Continue reading Turkey Wings
For some reason my neighbors thought it would be a good idea to let me borrow one of their 90cc dirt bikes one archery season when I was in high school. They also thought it would be a good idea to let me stay in their “cabin” near Stanley Idaho. I must have had someone fooled … Continue reading Peaches and Cream Grouse