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Small game recipes

Learn how to cook small game using the right cooking gear, implements and techniques, as well as recipes for flavorful results.

Cottontail rabbits are prolific andare widely distributed throughout the United States. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife photo)

Ten reasons to eat rabbit meat, and one award-winning rabbit recipe

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Rabbit meat is usually overlooked as a protein source. It shouldn’t be. Here’s why it should be on your menu.

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Survival recipe: How to make easy wild game stir fry

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A wilderness survival recipe should be tasty and easy to prepare under primitive outdoor conditions. This recipe has both those characteristics, and can be made over a fire using one cooking implement!

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Survival Recipes: How to make waterfowl gumbo

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A successful waterfowl hunter may end the season with a bunch of ducks and geese in the freezer. So how do you cook them so everyone can enjoy them? My favorite waterfowl dish is gumbo. There are dishes, such as this one, that just don’t taste as good unless you use a strong-tasting game bird such as a duck or goose in them.

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Hunger Games Recipe? How to make squirrel (or small game) stir fry

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Can a hit book and movie get young adults interested in squirrel hunting? I hope so, and right now, I’m playing “The Hunger Games” for all it’s worth.

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Brunswick Small Game Stew

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  The original recipe for small game Brunswick stew probably originated somewhere along the east coast during the early 1700s. Use this basic small game stew recipe to experiment with different meats and vegetables. by Leon Pantenburg Over the years, this basic recipe has evolved due to personal preferences and availability of vegetables. This version is one of my favorites,…

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