Although you may be short on a few other ingredients, there’s usually a bottle of ketchup in the fridge. Many Farmer’s Markets are open with fresh, seasonal produce. Check them out! Here are a few recipe ideas to get you going. Now, you might be out of one or two ingredients and that’s where your…

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Here’s a recipe for a deer roast that is located between the shoulder and the neck of the animal. This slow-roasting, low-temperature method is ideal for cooking lesser cuts of antlered game. Also, try it with the hindquarter roasts of older deer, elk, etc. that may be a little tough when cooked medium-rare. It is…

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When it’s summertime and you really don’t feel like heating up the kitchen, the logical place to cook your dinner is outdoors on the barbecue. The recipe specifies trout, but this preparation works well with most fish. When cooking whole fish, figure on about 1 pound per person after cleaning and removing the head. If…

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Dedicated to Ron Sellers, co-owner of Sacramento Coca-Cola.  Ron recently passed away, leaving behind a long history of dedication to supporting outdoor organizations like Safari Club International, Ducks Unlimited and the California Waterfowl Association, to name only a few.  Thanks Ronny, for all you’ve done for everyone.  We’ll miss you.

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