Good Ole Boys Wild Game Cookbook Russ Chittenden, New Hardcover Published 1989
From the Foreword of this 126 page book: "Before the white man came, the Indians and Eskimos of North America were of a necessity a provident people. Though not conservative of wildlife by design, they generally ate everything edible of their quarry and used the rest in various ways. The kill was the occasion for a tabagie or feast among the Iroquois. Often a camp was set up at the site of a major kill. Here the Indians gathered and feasted as long as the meat lasted. Similar festivities were carried on by other primitive peoples across the continent, north to south, east to west. And in modern day America, hunters and fishermen are still notoriously fond of getting together periodically in order to lie to one another, drink a lot and eat fattening foods. Thus was born 'The Lair of the Hunter', a place where 'Good Ole Boys' could gather to cook and eat the wild stuff gathering freezer burn at home. Over the years these Good Ole Boys have experimented with cooking and eating about everything they could semi-legally capture whether it slithered, swam, flew, walked, or crawled. The recipes contained herein were either developed here or borrowed from others who dropped in and under the influence of alcohol divulged their secrets. It would be next to impossible to publish the countless 'favorite recipes' offered to us. A recipe for venison can usually be used for elk, moose and anything else that wears horns. A pheasant recipe, in turn, will work well on grouse, prairie chickens and the like. One thing you can bank on, the finished product of these recipes will be good" Uncle Russ Chittenden.
Tired of your hunting or fishing trophies getting freezer burn? These Good Ole Boys have experimented with cooking and eating about everything they could semi-legally capture whether it slithered, swam, flew, walked or crawled. One thing you can bank on...the finished product of these recipes will be good!
- Hardcover: 126 pages
- Publisher: Collector Books (March 1, 1989)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0891454160
- ISBN-13: 978-0891454168
- Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 0.8 x 9.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces