Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Holy game cookery!

For any of you wondering what to do with your game meat - or more specifically, the parts you don't normally eat - check out this blog by Canadian hunter-chef Kevin Kossowan. In particular, you've gotta love the post about "Calf Offal Night 2007," the calf being a moose calf.

One of his jewels is this tongue sandwich.

He writes:

Last night was an accomplishment, if for no other reason than that all the meats - absolutely all of them - would normally be coyote and magpie food. This year, in an effort to make as much use of the animal as possible, I took as much offal as I could. Yen and I got together to see what we could make of my new collection of variety meats - and the following was the result...
Check it out!

2 comments:

Kevin Kossowan said...

I know two ladies that hunt - they are a rare breed indeed.

Thanks for the kind words. I'll look forward to reading about your hunting adventures in the field, and in the kitchen.
Cheers,
Kevin

NorCal Cazadora said...

My adventures in the kitchen - with game anyway - currently consist of my boyfriend trying to persuade me to cook the stuff. I'm fearless about cooking Mexican food with store-bought ingredients, but terrified of doing a disservice to something I killed by making it taste less than wonderful.

But because we no longer have store-bought meat in our house, I suspect I'll need to get over this phobia quickly!