Grilled Tandoori Kokanee

There are worse things in life than kicking back on the boat on a gorgeous spring morning while the downriggers troll a small squid bait in the vicinity of a kokanee school. Birds are nesting and singing. Trees and flowers are in full bloom, casting brilliant hues from the lake canyon walls. You notice a sizable blob appear on the depth-finder and prepare for the strike. Moments later, you reel up a kokanee, chrome-bright and destined for the cooler. You can already taste that bold blend of curry-like flavors, coriander, chili pepper, with a sharp hint of lime. Paired with a crisp rose or chardonnay, the complexity of flavors puts this recipe at the top of the list to share with friends and family, or not, as kokanee are a prize not to be squandered.

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Quail Eggroll Poppers

If there is better food to get the kids in the kitchen than finger foods, I’d like you to show it to me. These quail egg roll poppers definitely got my youngest son, James, interested in throwing on the apron and helping dad cook dinner on a dudes only night! Jalapeño, cream cheese, and some quail in a crispy shell with a spicy and sweet boom sauce will have every kid pumped to be cooking wild game.

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Crunchy Corn Nut Dove with Ranch Dip

Dove season has come and dove recipes seem to be few and far between. On our last Harvesting Nature podcast about Grey Feathered Mini Missiles we talked about dove poppers and how they’re a goto for many but need to be elevated in a way to modernize them. We also talked about how several other recipes but the general consensus is that there aren’t many. One thing I’ve never seen is essentially “chicken fried” dove. Who doesn’t like crunching into a nice fried chicken? I figured I try a way to get the crunchiest fried dove by coating it in one of the crunchiest things around; Corn Nuts! Let me tell you this recipe doesn’t disappoint. So if you’re ready for a crunch and a new way to cook up some dove, this is the one for you!

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Country Fried Goose Gizzards with Sausage Gravy

This is an absolutely delicious way to enjoy those goose gizzards you brought back from the hunt. Simmering them for 3 hours (or overnight in the crockpot) will result in tender meat that bears no resemblance to the chewy gizzards you may have tried in the past. Frying them until crispy and smothering them in sausage gravy only makes them better. I served them with a vinegary coleslaw laced with horseradish to cut through all of that savoury richness, but you could do something like mashed potatoes instead. After trying this recipe, you’ll not only be sure to bring every gizzard home with you from now on, you’ll be begging your friends for theirs too!

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Smoked Wood Duck with Peach Jalapeño Chutney

Wood ducks are not only admired for their colors and beauty, but they are also one of the best tasting waterfowl. I love eating ducks as much as I love hunting them. My typical go to recipes includes either gumbo or seared blackened duck, but I wanted to add some smoke flavor to these delicious little birds and any fruity/tangy chutney always compliments the flavor of duck.

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