Out of Stock
Basic shipping only. What's this?
This item has been discontinued and is no longer available.
GREAT FISH AND GAME RECIPES
Author: Babe & Kris Winkelman
Publisher: CREATIVE PUBLISHING/QUAYSIDE, Dec 2003
Eating wild game & fish has become an obsession with the country's 50 million anglers & 16 million hunters. Written for those outdoor aficionados who experiment with recipes as enthusiastically as they seek out new fishing holes. 40 photos & illus; 8.5x11 inches, 128 pgs.
Eating wild game and fish, it seems, has become an obsession with the country's 50 million anglers and 16 million hunters. This book is written for those outdoor aficionados who experiment with recipes as enthusiastically as they seek out new fishing holes; it's for those who have discovered that transforming a bag of frozen venison into a gourmet meal can be every bit as challenging and rewarding as bagging the deer.
The recipe selections are divided into seven chapters: Fish, Big Game, Upland Game Birds, Waterfowl, Starters & Side Dishes, Sauces & Marinades, Homemade Stocks.
Many of the recipes were developed in association with "Kris' Kitchen," a very popular feature on Babe's television programs.
ABOUT THE WINKELMANS:
As host of the award-winning, nationally broadcast "Good Fishing" and "Outdoor Secrets" television shows and a well-known corporate spokesman, Babe Winkelman's name and face is recognized by millions. He co-founded the Minnesota Bass Federation and the Masters Walleye Circuit. He was inducted into the prestigious Sports Legends Hall of Fame in 1992; the Fresh Water Hall of Fame in 1988; and the Minnesota Fishing Hall of Fame in 2001. As a lifelong hunter, his trophies include everything from turkeys to sharptails, whitetail to moose, mule deer to caribou.
Although Kris Winkelman is not a professionally trained chef, as she puts it "When you're married to Babe Winkelman-a man whose appetite for hunting and fishing is exceeded only by his appetite for eating game-you learn your way around the kitchen in a hurry." The countless days they spent together developing recipes for this book were every bit as enjoyable as the days devoted to collecting the game. Kris and Babe live in Minnesota.