Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Game Meat Beckons - Moose or Deer? Alaska the Last Frontier Hunter's Feast Without the Hunt - Linda Maintanis

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Watching episodes of Alaska, the Last Frontier has had my mouth watering at the notion of moose meat for dinner. I can't help but be teased by the awesomeness of a game supper prepared with moose. Rumored to be the best tasting game meat that you can imagine, I just want it even more when I watch Atz and the other folks go off on a hunt. So each Sunday night, while watching my latest episode, I pick up my laptop and search for moose.

elk usa, moose, meat, deer, game, dinner, warwick, ri, alaska I learn that moose is just a very big deer. As is elk. Hmm, I have deer in my yard. Being a very self-sufficient type of gal I turn my reading towards deer; deer season, deer hunting and so on. I find that a snare might work best for me. This is how it would be, you set the snare, trap the animal, kill the animal (?), drain some blood, load it into the trunk of the car, then drive it to Johnston where the meat packer can butcher it, for a large fee. Let's rethink this.
I turn my search back online.

Googling "moose meat" leads me to a website that sells moose, elk, deer of all varieties. Elk USA. This is the general store of game meat, offering many gourmet cuts and breeds. Located in Colorado, Elk USA has exactly what I want, and none of the mess of getting it myself! I looked over the recipe page and placed my order accordingly.

Additionally, these recipes were found on the web.


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