In The Kitchen

Venison Pot Pie

Venison Pot Pie

By Steve Hall

Everybody loves pot pies! After it cools a bit spoon it into bowls and serve with crackers. Try venison pot pie for a great cabin treat. The big and little hunters at your camp will love this. What a great way to get them hunters to eat there veggies! Ingredients: • 1 pint canned venison • 2-12 oz jars of home style gravy • 2 tbl minc...

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Venison Wraps

Venison Wraps

By Steve Hall

You can roll up a lot of good things in a tortilla but nothing better than venison wraps. You can eat them soft or fry them up golden brown. Either way you will love these with salsa and chips. Give them a try! Ingredients: • 1 lb venison burger • 1 medium onion • 1 packet of taco seasoning • 1 package of tortillas • 1 cup diced toma...

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Country@Heart Dinner Diaries

White Chicken Chili
White Chicken Chili

By Tim H. Martin

Whenever the author smells white chicken chili cooking, he recalls a special day in October of 2001. That’s the day he arrowed this unusual Alabama buck and won the Buckmasters staff chili cook-off. They say the sense of smell is the ... READ MORE


Sourdough Bread
Sourdough Bread

By Tim H. Martin

Olivia “Hunter” Martin was 10 years old when she took her first deer. A little ceramic crock sits on my kitchen counter, filled with sourdough bread starter from a recipe given to me by my mother many years ago. Once a week, I t... READ MORE


Oconee Swamp Bud Puppies
Oconee Swamp Bud Puppies

By Tim H. Martin

Beer Batter Delights from a South Georgia Hog Hunt. Recipe Courtesy of the Curtis Purdee family, with special thanks to Nickie Purdee Oliver Yields about 20 Ingredients: 1 cup of self-rising yellow cornmeal mix1 cup self-rising flour1 tabl... READ MORE


Bayou Bunnies Beat the Blues
Bayou Bunnies Beat the Blues

By Tim H. Martin

I always get the blues when deer season ends. It's too cold to fish in early February and my stack of unattended honeydoos has grown into a mountain since October. This season, I decided to beat the blues by taking advantage of Alabama's Fe... READ MORE


Winter’s Day Etouffee
Winter’s Day Etouffee

By Tim H. Martin

Winter's Day Etouffée Recipe: Author's Note:• If you’re not a big fan of mudbugs, don’t fret — substituting shrimp is an excellent alternative. To Begin:• First, peel and de-vein 1 to 1 1/2 pounds raw shri... READ MORE


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