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MeatEater Fire Breather Hot Sauce
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Thanks to the fresh pepper flavor with hints of garlic and smoke, this versatile hot sauce will kick up the heat level on just about anything, from unicorn shanks to jackalope roasts. Made in the USA. 5 fl oz
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Get the what you need to cover nearly any recipe in the kitchen. Designed tocover Fin, Fowl, Forage, and Fur these spices will step up your game in thekitchen with nearly any critter you bring home.
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With up to 165 ft Wireless Range, MEATER is the first truly wireless smart meat thermometer.
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The definitive guide to cooking wild game, including fish and fowl, featuring more than 100 new recipes.
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This smokey, tangy, Kansas City-style BBQ sauce is perfect to serve alongside brisket, slather over burgers, or baste on a rack of brontosaurus ribs. Made in the USA.  12 fl oz
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"I use my Staub dutch oven more than any other cookware during the winter for creating delicious braised wild game recipes." - Danielle Prewett
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Thoughtfully curated by wild game connoisseur and MeatEater Chef Jean-Paul Bourgeois, these spices will have your taste buds begging for more. Submarine Designed with our swimming friends in mind, this blend boasts fresh green herbs like chive, marjoram, and parsley while packing a punch of garlic, salt, and chili flake. Other than the fish or seafood itself this is the only ingredient you need Game Changer Perfect on all game especially ducks...
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A hybrid hunting fixed blade with a fine, smooth edge to trim, debone, or slice your preferred cuts of meat. Makes just as much sense in the back of your truck as it does in the kitchen drawer.
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How to Serve a Wild Turkey for Thanksgiving

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How to Serve a Wild Turkey for Thanksgiving

There is always debate over the best sides for Thanksgiving dinner, but there is no doubt that turkey is the centerpiece of the holiday dinner. If you’re planning on serving a wild bird instead of a butterball this year, there are a few things to consider. Whole Bird versus Breaking it Down Nothing...
Wade Truong Nov 21, 2022
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How to Buy the Perfect Thanksgiving Turkey

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How to Buy the Perfect Thanksgiving Turkey

Preparing the perfect Thanksgiving turkey can be an incredibly intimidating task. In a perfect world, we’d all have access to a freshly harvested wild turkey. But for many folks, that simply is not an option. This means that most of us will once again be left to figure out exactly how to transform a...
Kevin Gillespie Nov 17, 2022
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The Science of Aging Meat

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The Science of Aging Meat

There is a phenomenon that frequently occurs in the world of gastronomy in which food that was once considered lowly, crude, or simple is transformed into the prized fare of the rich and well-heeled. What was once referred to as "peasant" food often finds itself, many centuries later, on the tasting...
Anna Borgman Nov 10, 2022
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How to Grow, Harvest, and Dry Your Own Herbal Tea

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How to Grow, Harvest, and Dry Your Own Herbal Tea

There is little that’s more satisfying than relaxing on a cold winter morning with a cup of steaming herbal tea you grew and processed yourself. While the undertaking might at first seem intimidating or complicated, there are in fact many herbs that work quite well in tea and are simple to grow in...
Kitty Galloway Aug 29, 2022
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Video: How to Make Jelly

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Video: How to Make Jelly

There are a lot of great recipes out there for jams and jellies. Traditional jams use a lot of sugar, but can easily be preserved with a water bath canning method instead of using a pressure cooker. If you’re wanting to easily preserve jam with less sugar, freezer jam recipes can be used to...
Misty Newcomb Aug 18, 2022
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What to Do With an Abundance of Tomatoes

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What to Do With an Abundance of Tomatoes

If you’re like me, this time of year you might be wondering: why did I think it was such an excellent idea to plant five times as many tomatoes as I actually need? I’m never going to complain about too many tomatoes, but sometimes the heat hits, they all ripen at once, and you need a few good tricks...
Kitty Galloway Aug 16, 2022
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Video: How to Season and Clean Cast Iron

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Video: How to Season and Clean Cast Iron

Cast iron skillets are one of the most versatile kitchen tools. The key to a well-seasoned cast iron is establishing lots of layers of seasoning that will make it smooth, shiny, and non-stick. Using oil with a high smoke point in this process, like grapeseed or safflower, is key. First, use a paper...
Danielle Prewett Jul 13, 2022
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How to Make the Best Bánh Mì

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How to Make the Best Bánh Mì

Bánh mì, the Vietnamese equivalent of a hoagie, sub, or grinder, is a beautiful example of what happens when two distinct culinary cultures blend. Bánh mì translates to “baked” and “wheat” or “bread.” At its core, it's a french baguette filled with Vietnamese ingredients. Crispy bread, pickled...
Wade Truong Jun 8, 2022
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