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Cookbooks...anyone have any "go-tos?" #7001726
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Being new to hunting, the wife and I are quite new to cooking wild game. So far, we have just done googling trying to find recipes. But I am curious if anyone has a favorite cookbook as their go-to or anything of that sorts?

I've only shot birds, being duck, goose, and crane. But because of that I ended up buying three books to start with "Hunting, Butchering, and Cooking Wild Game vol 1 & 2" and "Duck, Duck, Goose"

Of course I plan on working up to bigger game next year....just curious about the rest out there. Any advice is greatly appreciated!


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Steve renilla has a few books out there, he has a few episodes just about cooking and his recipes do look good.

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My first was Going Wild In The Kitchen. I don't use any books anymore. I just use google.

My daughter gave me this one last year for Christmas, but I wouldn't recommend it. We had eaten at his restaurant in Austin. Several of the pictures were from a friends ranch.




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Originally Posted By: Herbie Hancock
Steve renilla has a few books out there, he has a few episodes just about cooking and his recipes do look good.
He also has some good stuff on YouTube.


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Originally Posted By: bill oxner
My first was Going Wild In The Kitchen. I don't use any books anymore. I just use google.

My daughter gave me this one last year for Christmas, but I wouldn't recommend it. We had eaten at his restaurant in Austin. Several of the pictures were from a friends ranch.




Why wouldn't you recommend it?

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My first was Going Wild In The Kitchen. I don't use any books anymore. I just use google.

My daughter gave me this one last year for Christmas, but I wouldn't recommend it. We had eaten at his restaurant in Austin. Several of the pictures were from a friends ranch.




Why wouldn't you recommend it?


Little too complicated for me.


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