Crockpot: BBQ Wild Pig Shoulder Baked Potatoes

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This easy recipe makes a whole crockpot full of yummy BBQ meat that can be used for all kinds of dishes.  I LOVE stuffed baked potatoes and I load it with the bbq meat and lots of extra toppings!! One of these potatoes is a whole meal by itself! Great for taking to a picnic, Super Bowl party, or anytime you want. I used a spice rub recipe adapted from Cheryl and Bill Jamison's cookbook … [Read more...]

Sous Vide Wild Pig Leg Shiitake Mushroom Terrine

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A yummy appetizer made by creating wild pig rillettes with a Sous Vide Supreme Water Oven (or immersion circulator), which can be served as part of an elegant first course or as part of a charcuterie platter for a buffet.  While the preparation takes up to three days, most of the time is refrigeration or inactive cooking.  Once you season and seal up the vacuum bags with the meat inside, … [Read more...]

Bourbon Glazed Game Meat Skewers with Dirty Rice

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Many years ago while living on the East Coast, I used to take my daughters to a food court restaurant called, Cajun Cafe. Their bourbon chicken/pork was soooo good! I’d get mine with a little extra spice. Since I moved to Cali I craved it but hadn’t found a Cajun Cafe, so I decided to experiment. With bourbon, brown sugar, and a kick of cayenne… I think it’s as close as I can get to their version. … [Read more...]

Homemade Gnocchi for Venison and Wild Pig Bolognese

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Tender little potato dumplings are covered in a rich meaty bolognese! I've been working on my gnocchi recipe for years, and each time they get better.  With just three ingredients, this recipe is more about technique than ingredient driven.  Give this recipe a try.   The key to fluffy light gnocchi is using the right potatoes and cooking them to be dry, so the gnocchi stay light. … [Read more...]

Venison and Wild Pig Bolognese with Homemade Potato Gnocchi

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Chunky scraps of wild game gently braised in tomatoes and milk create a fabulous sauce for homemade gnocchi.  For years I've been working on my jinx of all recipes... gnocchi. You'd think something with just three ingredients can't be tough to do, but I'll tell you, gnocchi is more about technique than ingredient driven.  Each time I make gnocchi, I feel myself getting closer to that … [Read more...]

Pomegranate Molasses Glazed Lavender Coriander Crusted Wild Pig Rack Of Loin with Roasted Figs and Pecans

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This is a quick version of a longer one I created for a tv appearance. The pomegranate molasses sweet/tart flavor tastes so great over game meats and roasted fruits. And adds a fast tasty glaze when time is limited. … [Read more...]