Simple Casseroles for Holiday Pot Lucks

Thanksgiving has passed but that doesn’t mean the holiday potluck season has. I love hosting parties and enjoy visiting with my guests. That’s why I think casseroles are a must because of early preparation. Plan ahead so you have time to visit and catch up with friends and family, instead of slaving away in the…

Savory Green-Chile Mountain Lion Calabacitas Recipe

Here’s a wild spin on an old favorite Calabacitas Recipe! Have you ever had that wonderful Mexican zucchini dish? Well, it’s one of my family’s favorites and I just made it better, if you can believe it. If you’ve just started following me, you might not know that I live in Southwest Colorado with a…

Wild Turkey Tortilla Soup Recipe

Field To Fork: Wild Turkey Tortilla Soup Recently, I’ve written about how to get started with turkey hunting and how to prepare yourself and your gear to go afield. Within my family, there’s not much more enjoyable than taking our Beretta A300 shotguns out to the field to tag and bag a spring-time wild-turkey. However,…

Protecting Shotguns Afield

Holiday dinners and get togethers are right around the corner, which of course means lots of food. I don’t know about you, but one of my favorite things to make this time of year is a fresh duck, goose or turkey. That means we’ll be heading afield to harvest birds for dinner. Find a link to Apricot…

River Guide Peach Cobbler – Dutch Oven Cooking

It’s so easy to cook in a Dutch Oven, and this is the best peach cobbler recipe from a river guide.

Some of my fondest childhood memories are of barbecues and cookouts by the fire. I remember running the fields with the kids, as our parents yucked it up around the firepit. I also remember a few dutch oven dinners that were a bit charred, as the oven was buried too deep in the coals. Have you ever had that experience?