Introducing Ask the Eagle, where I’ll be answering your questions about everything from hunting to butchering to marriage. This week, Cal wants to know what I’d choose for my last wild game meal.
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The word “gamey” has become a blanket term used to describe unpleasant or unfamiliar flavors in wild meats. That stigma surrounding certain animals is often misplaced, but still used as an excuse to not eat some harvests. In reality, more often than not, bad flavor is the result of human error. Before you go and throw that dirty word around, look at your ingredients, preparation, and how you cared for the meat. What went wrong? Members of the...
Introducing Ask the Eagle, where I’ll be answering your questions about everything from hunting to butchering to marriage. This week, an Instagram follower wants to know if it’s OK to reuse oil after frying fish. Have a question of your own? You can write to me firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most hunters probably drink a can of gas station American light lager with their wild game—and that’s perfectly fine. I have nothing against Bud Light, Busch Light, or whatever your favorite brew that costs $20 per case might be. In fact, Coors Banquet always has a spot on my dinner table. But with that said, choosing the right beer for the right meal is an easy way to amplify wild meats. Jon Brodie is a beer aficionado who’s made a career out of...