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Smoked Fish Rillette

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Smoked Fish Rillette

Rillette is a fancy term for a chunky dip or spread. The most traditional rillettes are made with braised meat and fat-think duck and duck fat or rabbit. Unlike the more refined pâté, rillettes have more texture and a rustic appearance. Both are typically served with some crusty bread, crackers, and...
Wade Truong May 13, 2022
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Bass Melt

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Bass Melt

This freshwater version of the tuna melt works well with any fish with an assertive flavor like white bass (my preference), striped bass, black bass, freshwater drum, or even catfish. Slowly cooking the fillets with olive oil then mashing and whipping them creates a fluffy, emulsified texture that’s...
Jesse Griffiths May 12, 2022
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Garlic Mustard Stuffed Chicken

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Garlic Mustard Stuffed Chicken

Garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata) came to the New World by way of early European settlers who used it for food and medicine. In favorable conditions, the species escaped from gardens and spread uncontrollably. Today, it’s regarded as an invasive species. Garlic mustard grows prolifically in...
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Turkey Tetrazzini

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Turkey Tetrazzini

This Midwestern classic has all the hallmarks of 1950s cooking, including the abundant use of cheese and cream. The end result is pure comfort food goodness. Despite being incredibly simple to make, this dish definitely is a balancing act of seasoning. Just remember that lots of sauce when it goes...
Kevin Gillespie May 10, 2022
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Video: How to Make Pasta with Jean-Paul Bourgeois

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Video: How to Make Pasta with Jean-Paul Bourgeois

This is a recipe to make a basic pasta dough. The recipe itself is open-ended due to the various ways you can work with your dough. You can roll it out by hand, hand-crank like in the video, or cut with an electric tool that connects to a KitchenAid. You could also cut it with a knife, hand-shape...
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Booyah Stew

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Booyah Stew

Booyah! It’s not the in-your face comeback. No, this is a delicious stew hailing from the Upper Midwest with Belgian origins. Traditionally the stew is prepared over several days in large “Booyah kettles” using beef and chicken. This recipe incorporates venison and pheasant and is prepared much...
Justin Townsend May 5, 2022
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Turkey and Green Papaya Salad

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Turkey and Green Papaya Salad

Turkey season is all about transitions. At the beginning of my season, I drive to hunt with the heat on in the truck, and you can usually see your breath in the predawn. By mid-season, I’m running the AC and soaked in sweat by the end of the morning. This transition happens with the dishes I cook as...
Wade Truong May 4, 2022
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Morel Mushrooms on Toast

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Morel Mushrooms on Toast

This recipe takes a few pointers from the British dish Welsh rarebit, but with a couple tweaks to make the cheese spread less overpowering. Normally, I would reach for sharp cheddar for just about any occasion, but less is more in this recipe. The same applies for the beer portion. Traditional Welsh...
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Raccoon Tacos

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Raccoon Tacos

Raccoon is not the prized venison backstrap or wild turkey breast of game meats by any means. It’s considered a varmint and is generally a food associated with poverty that's eaten out of necessity. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Raccoon can be delicious, especially when braised, shredded, and...
Wade Truong Apr 28, 2022
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