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Wild Game Recipes and Laughs by Robert Foote, Robert Foote, Matthew Foote, and Kris Blaze, Kris Blaze

Wild Game Recipes and Laughs

Description : As a true conservationist hunter, you're driven by the same primal urge that has always inspired humans to hunt: the urge to provide sustenance. You eat what you kill. Naturally, you also want what you eat to taste great. "Wild Game--Recipes and Laughs" combines the author's lifelong love of hunting with his zest for cooking, travel, and learning about other cultures. With recipes for dishes like Camp Curry, Deer Chops with Chipotle Sauce, Elk Korean Barbecue, and Rabbit Stew with Vegetables and Port Sauce, you'll find a delicious way to prepare just about any meal you bring home. If a disappointing hunt has left you without a few necessary ingredients, there are also cartoons throughout to cheer you up until the next outing. About the Authors Matthew Foote has had an interest in cartoons since high school. He and collaborator Kristen Blaze have worked together in the Tucson and Southern California art scene for several years.

Subtitle : A Collection of Recipes and Cartoons for Hunters

Authors : Robert Foote, Robert Foote, Matthew Foote, and Kris Blaze, Kris Blaze

Published Date : 2010-01-01

Publisher : Wheatmark, Inc.

ISBN : 9781604943627

Page : 132 Pages

Categories : Cooking

Total Download: 68

Filesize: 5 MB

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