If you ever become stranded in the wilderness, it’s important to be able to correctly determine which plants are edible. The vegetation around you may look appetizing, but what can you safely eat? Some plants will keep you alive and are full of essential vitamins and minerals, while some could make you violently ill….or even […]
What?! ? Holy mother of camo… @Arbys in Nashville for the win! pic.twitter.com/XUG3QRlLJD — Tyler Farr (@tylerfarr) November 1, 2016 Arby’s made big news in the hunting community when they announced a limited time offer for venison sandwiches, but they didn’t expect supplies to be quite so limited. Seventeen Arby’s scattered across the south and […]
Here’s the scenario: you just caught one heck of an Alaskan salmon and you want to stay by the shore and catch more, but you and your crew are starving. Field & Stream magazine recommends keeping a hot grill going close by and keeping one of your crew on dedicated fileting duty. Season your cut […]
Recovering from a painful recall, Blue Bell ice cream has announced their latest comeback: Camo ‘n Cream. The delicious new ice cream is a blend of pistachio-almond, chocolate, and cream cheese ice cream which comes together beutifully in a perfect camo pattern. If you’re a hunter with a sweet tooth, this is one desert you […]
This dude was hiking the approximate 90 mile journey along the Pacific Crest Trail and the only food he brought along was 27 McDouble Cheeseburgers from McDonald’s. He got ketchup, onion, and pickle on the burgers, but no cheese. A funny side note would be that his pack was black and certain days were so […]
Here’s a camp recipe and a little how-to for making your own lasagna in a dutch-oven. Just because you’re on the trail, doesn’t mean you can’t eat right. Am I right? Karl Olewine gives an in depth video on the whole process. It’s pretty cool to watch even if you don’t think you’d make it […]
T. Edward Nickens, Editor-at-large of Field & Stream knows a thing or two about catching fish, but his novel, conservative approach to frying fish right where he caught them will make your mouth water and have you rushing out to cook up some of your own catch. By keeping things like his cooking oil, spices, […]
Affectionately called the “Lake Erie Monster”, this monstrous fish sandwich is the best fish sandwich you’ve never had. Try out this delicious recipe though, and it might be the last fish sandwich you’ll ever want. With its homemade tartar sauce, deep-fried hand battered walleye planks and crispy bread, the only thing that will keep you […]
They certainly don’t make things like they used to and that’s doubly true when it comes to old school military rations. The MREs today’s soldiers receive are like a five star dinner compared to the strange, compressed, and MSG-laden “food” the veterans of the Greatest Generation had to endure during wartime. In this unpacking video, […]
Hunting for morels is one of those great traditions of the American outdoorsman, but some years are better than others. What can you do if you come up short? Grow them at home! TheUrbanFarmerGuys have put together an awesome tutorial for growing your own morels. This fascinating hobby is a great way to get that […]
Here’s a helpful little video that might come in handy on your Independence Day weekend. You can learn how to make some gourmet griddle cakes right there at your campsite. Summertime and the living is easy. We’re not trying to reinvent the wheel, but how is this for innovation? Pretty SIMPLE!
We continue our two part series on “A hunter’s guide to nutrition.” The first part focused on larger game like deer, elk, and wild boar. This second part will be focused entirely on fowl and small game. You might generally be curious to see how a wild duck stacks up against a rabbit in terms […]
When it comes to venison recipes, everyone has their favorite or their secret trick to cooking the prime meat to perfection. The last thing you want is gristly, charred block after you went to all the trouble to hunt and prep your game. But what if I told you that the best way to roast […]
When you have a bunch of filets taking up space in your freezer, but you just don’t know how to prepare them, why not let Duck Commander’s Jay Stone show you his ultimate recipe? Centering on Panko breadcrumbs and a special horseradish sauce, this recipe is sure to make your mouth water. And it’s not […]
Here’s a simple trick for cooking a pretty darn good campfire breakfast and there’s very little clean up required. You might wonder why he doesn’t just use a pan, well sometimes you don’t always have a pan. Other times, you just want to see this cool trick yourself. It’s a rather old campfire technique that […]
REALTREE has released their vision of the hunter’s breakfast, and it’s a sight to behold. A pancake chef who’s more artist than baker prepares a variety of highly detailed pancakes with a hunting theme. Check out their amazing take on turkey, deer, bow hunters, and the REALTREE logo.
Ontario OUT OF DOORS demonstrates how to make a delicious recipe using crappie and bacon. You can never go wrong with bacon! Here’s what you’ll need: Bacon wrapped crappie 6 crappie fillets, boneless, skinless 6 slices of maple bacon Salt & pepper Broccoli and red potato side 1 tbsp. butter 1 head broccoli, bite-sized florets 2 […]
This guy knows a great trick to impress the guests at your Independence Day cookout. Nobody will be able to guess how it’s done but you’ll have all the secrets. Remember, a great magician never reveals how it’s done. What would be more refreshing on a hot summer’s day? This living is easy!
Have you been eating your venison in the same 3 or 4 recipes? Tired of the same spaghetti, tacos, or fried cubed steak? Try this amazing recipe. It is sure to keep your mouth watering and wanting more. Check it out.
Some people prefer their meat cooked medium, some prefer it rare. No matter how you like it cooked, this smoked venison backstrap technique is sure to make your taste buds go crazy. How to Smoke a Venison Backstrap How to Smoke a Venison Backstrap Posted by Field & Stream on Monday, March 7, 2016
You can tell this girl has some time behind a blade. Watch as she slices and dices this fish ever so perfectly. Very impressive. That is how you fillet a fish in less than a minute.
We all enjoy saving a couple bucks on our harvested meat. It gives us some perspective and appreciation for wildlife as we share it around the dinner table. The last thing you want to eat or give to someone else to eat is meat that taste too “gamey”. Use these helpful hints to keep everyone […]
This quick and easy mouth watering recipe is sure to keep friends and family satisfied and guessing what is in it. Using only a couple simple ingredients and a crock pot, it’s a piece of cake to make. Try and enjoy.
This mouth watering video shows some different ways to prepare your venison or other game. Get out your frozen meat, prepare some jerky, and let everyone try these tasty treats. Weather you like it smokey, sweet, or spicy, everyone is sure to find one they’ll enjoy.