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Game for All Seasons Cookbook
In Game for All Seasons Cookbook, veteran hunter, fisherman, and chef Harold Webster delights sportsmen and those who cook wild game with almost 300 seasonal recipes for venison, fish, fowl, and other delicacies from field and water. Fans of Webster’s previous wild-game cookbooks and his popular newspaper column will recognize his trademark recipe clarity and his expert advice on handling, preparing, and serving game. Included with the recipes are memoirs that chronicle Webster’s passion for hunting and fishing throughout his life.
Turn Your Wild Game into Gold with Game for All Seasons Cookbook
Hunting and fishing are pastimes as old as time itself. What is new are the exciting ways to cook the game we catch. With Harold Webster’s Game for All Seasons Cookbook, you’ll discover hundreds of fresh takes on cooking wild game. A hunter and fisherman for more than 50 years, Harold Webster has a knack for preparing dishes from wild game. This wild game cookbook features 300 seasonal recipes from the master himself. Learn to prepare venison, fish, fowl, and more. With Mr. Webster’s guidance, you’ll be cooking like the pros in no time.
For spring, you’ll want to start with favorites like crawfish. Trap a few pounds of these mudbugs, and you’re good to go. Try Webster’s recipe for Fried Crawfish for golden brown bursts of flavor. You might also sample his recipes for Crawfish Stew, which pairs perfectly with his recipe for Crawfish Cornbread. Spring is also the right time for hunting spring turkeys. If you have the hen, Webster’s got a recipe. If you’re in the mood for a classic, try the recipe for Smoked Wild Turkey. Kick things up a notch with Webster’s Fried Wild Turkey Breast recipe for turkey that is crispy yet succulent.
Welcome the start of summer with a Southern classic when you try Webster’s recipe for Deep-Fried Louisiana-Style Thin-Sliced Catfish, best made with wild-caught catfish. The touch of cayenne in the breading gives it just the right amount of spice. You’ll keep going back for more. Summer is the perfect season to enjoy seafood, so try the Oven Baked Bass recipe. The wild-caught bass filets seasoned with teriyaki and lemon provide classic summer taste.
As the leaves begin to change and the weather turns cool, deer season arrives on the heels of fall. This is the ideal time for cooking venison. Harold Webster’s Hot Italian Venison Sausage recipe is a worthwhile way to put the bounties of your deer hunt to use. His recipe for Venison Chili will energize you for the hunts still ahead and warm you up when you return from the cold deer stand. You might also like the Hot and Spicy Jerky recipe for a delicious snack you can take on your hunts, enjoying a spicy pick-me-up while you wait for the perfect shot.
When winter arrives, the weather outside is frightful but the dishes you can cook are no less delightful. With Webster’s Sweet and Sour Rabbit recipe, you’ll be eating good come hard freeze or swirling blizzard. And venison isn’t just for the fall season. If you hunt enough, you’ll have a supply of venison to last you until next year’s deer season. There’s no reason not to enjoy a few Broiled Venison T-Bone Steaks, a recipe of Webster’s that includes delicious onion and bell pepper rings on the side.
Get This Easy Recipe Cookbook Today
The Game for All Seasons Cookbook is available for purchase through Great American Publishers, a publishing company specializing in best-selling cookbooks featuring easy, tried-and-true recipes sure to please the entire family. If you’re craving Southern food, or you just love Southern cooking, Great American Publishers is your one-stop shop. Browse a selection of Southern cookbooks packed with Southern recipes for Southern dishes and Southern dinner ideas great for any night of the week. Order your copy today.
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