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Preserving Venison

Venison makes excellent sausages and jerky. It may also be canned.

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Rattlesnake Weed

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Perilla is used in cooking and adds a nice contrast to gardens.

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Scored fish fillets are ready for breading and cooking.

Ready for the Pan

This close-up photo shows two fish fillets ready for frying.

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Roadkill cafe participants prepared and enjoyed a variety of wild game dishes

Roadkill Café

Roast skunk? You bet! Nothing goes to waste at the Twin Pines Roadkill Café where participants learned to prepare tasty dishes from wild game.

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Cooking Wild Cover

Runge to host “Cooking Wild” book signing

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Stop by Nature Center on Oct. 20 to meet the author, and more.

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Savoring Venison

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Venison, the healthiest red meat of all, grows wild in Missouri.

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Smokin' Fish

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If you own a smoker - one of those contraptions designed specifically for slow-cooking fish and other delicacies over wood smoke - you probably already know how to prepare fish that would bring tears of happiness to a gourmet's eyes.

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Squirrel Crazy

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Meat doesn't always come packaged in plastic.

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Stroganoff

Diversify your venison cuisine with this savory stroganoff.

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Swiss Venison Steak

Dish up a delicious Swiss steak dinner using venison round steak.

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