Cool Stuff – Food + Drink

Honey Orange Wild Boar with Fennel Herb Salad

As you know by now, I am a big believer in getting my meat from a whole animal because you get more for your money when you break it down yourself. For example, my latest video on How to Quarter a Chicken shows you how to do just that. And on my recent Adventure Getaway I spent a lot of time butchering wild boar with the ladies who attended. We […]

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Sika Stew with Spring Vegetables

On my recent Adventure Getaway, I was gifted a whole bunch of wild meat, not to mention that we harvested some lovely wild hogs. So I have been cooking up a storm, and one delicious recipe I made here recently was Sika Stew with Spring Vegetables. Of course you could use any kind of venison, or even beef, elk, bison or your other favorite stew meat, but I noticed that […]

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How to Make Pesto Without a Food Processor

Isabel is back today with a delightful and traditional way to make pesto just like an Italian grandmother! Don’t know about you but it has me dreaming up my herb garden. – Georgia I love pesto. In the summertime, you’ll find multiple basil plants growing on my porch and cuttings on the window sill. However, recently I ran into a problem; I had a ton of fresh basil but no food […]

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Cowboy Coffee

Do you know how to make the best cup of campfire coffee? Let me show you how. In this episode of Modern Pioneering I show you how to make make delicious campfire coffee while camping using this Cowboy Coffee recipe. And I even have a secret trick if your coffee is too acidic, you won’t believe what it is! Be sure you’re subscribed to my show for more Modern Pioneering […]

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Peanut Butter Cup S’Mores Dip

What’s your favorite campfire treat? My latest video from my YouTube series just dropped! And you’re not going to want to miss this one. It’s drool worthy and one of my favorite treats. Make this decadent cast iron s’mores dip recipe on your next camping trip or in the oven. This is a Peanut Butter Cup S’Mores Dip, the perfect way to use your cast iron skillet if you ask me. Peanut […]

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Watch My New YouTube Series!

Hi Friend. Have you ever wanted to take more time for creative activities but feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day? Or maybe you want to become a little more savvy in the garden and the wild but don’t quite know where to start? Or do you sometimes want new wild game recipes or cooking inspiration that you can turn to at a moment’s notice? Well today I want to share […]

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Fruit Vin Chaud

‘Tis the season to be jolly! As the Christmas season nears, I can’t stop thinking about one of my favorite holiday drinks: vin chaud, or mulled wine. Even better, a cup of delicious, warm fruit vin chaud is the very thing that would satisfy my festive mood. Fruit Vin Chaud: Although ingredients depend on country, there is a general agreement that mulled wine consists of a variety of spices and […]

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How to Quarter a Chicken

Do you know how to quarter a whole chicken? Buying a whole chicken is more economical than buying its parts. You can easily quarter it yourself at home and then roast the carcass and turn it into chicken soup and stock. Master these few steps to quarter your own chicken and you will stretch your dollars much further. You can cook these parts all at once, or you can wrap […]

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Orange Marmalade

Today I’m going to share my recipe for orange marmalade with you, but I have a special twist that you may want to consider — use blood oranges! Blood oranges, which are in season in the winter months, lend this marmalade a dark-red or deep-orange color, and a wonderful bitterness to balance out the sweet. If blood oranges aren’t available, Seville oranges have a bitterness and pectin that will work […]

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