Wild Turkey Sloppy Joes

I’m always trying to invent new ways that I can use the leg meat on wild turkeys, so when our friend Will came over for dinner and suggested sloppy joes, the gears started turning in my head. I realized this would be a great way to use the leg meat. Slow cooked for 8 hoursContinue reading “Wild Turkey Sloppy Joes”

Wild Turkey Gnocci Soup

Opening day for fall turkey in Maine is September 19th and I couldn’t be more excited. As I continue to say, wild turkey is my favorite game meat and I love that I’m just scratching the surface on ways to prepare it. The legal bag limit in our zone in Maine is 5 turkeys perContinue reading “Wild Turkey Gnocci Soup”

Slow-Cooked Wild Turkey Leg “Birria-Style” Tacos

Cooking wild turkey legs has traditionally been thought of as hard work with very little reward. However, I’m here to assure you that these tacos are well worth saving that meat. Even better? Once the legs are tossed in the crock pot, set a timer for 7 hours or so and go about your day!Continue reading “Slow-Cooked Wild Turkey Leg “Birria-Style” Tacos”

Spaghetti Squash on the Half Shell

Spaghetti Squash is one of my favorite squash’s to cook with. When cooked, the squash has an incredibly unique texture that almost exactly replicates cooked pasta. I discovered this fruit (weird I know!) two years ago and haven’t stopped using it as a healthy alternative to its starchy counterpart. In this recipe, I replicated aContinue reading “Spaghetti Squash on the Half Shell”

Prawn Pomodoro

I love to experiment with different pasta dishes and as we transition into summer, I also like to also transition my dishes into lighter, fresher forms. For winter pasta dishes, I’ll start out with a heavy tomato base, but this Pomodoro has fresh tomatoes, shallots, basil, shrimp, and parmesan cheese as the star ingredients. PerfectContinue reading “Prawn Pomodoro”

Venison Taquitos w/ Avocado Cream

I’m constantly trying to come up with new recipes that involve venison because it’s easy to get tired of it if you’re not rotating dishes. Today I was thinking: “I make tacos with venison, why not try another Mexican dish.” Trying to think of something easy, I thought, let’s try taquitos! Serves:  2+/- –  Cooktime: 40 minutesContinue reading “Venison Taquitos w/ Avocado Cream”