Thai Waterfowl Curry

Here is an easy way to prepare duck or goose breast in a way that masks any hint of gameyness.  You can make it into either a red or a…

Waterfowl Season Opened Saturday

Ducks opened Oct 24th until Dec 6th for the first season in Seneca County. Canada goose season also opened Oct 24th and go until Nov 21. NYS DEC has a…

Fall Harvest: Squirrel Braised in Apple Cider

This year the forest mast is plentiful. The acorns, hickories, and apples are abundant and the squirrels are fat! The harvest photograph pictured above (courtesy of Keith Tidball) includes the…

How to Season Your Cast Iron Skillet

A properly seasoned cast iron skillet is an excellent culinary tool; for cooking up a shore lunch, sauteing fresh duck breast with a side of eggs for an after hunt…

Vegetable Stir Fry

August is an excellent time to start cleaning out the freezer. You may have some venison packages tucked in the back, perhaps a duck breast or pheasant buried in the…

Smoked Lake Trout

Seneca and Cayuga Lake provide delicious lake trout, brown trout, rainbow trout and landlocked salmon. Seneca Lake is hot right now for lakers (with less spiny water fleas to mess…

You May Eat the Bass: Grilled Cajun Bass

The third Saturday in June was the opening day to keep Black Bass (largemouth/smallmouth) with a daily limit of 5 and a minimum length of 12 inches.  Penn State offers…

Why Hunt?

California Waterfowl has put out a thought-provoking video, “Why Hunt” ” to promote greater understanding of hunting’s place in a healthy and balanced ecosystem and to help hunters explain how…

Enhancing Local Food Systems: Exploring the Science, What Works, and What we Need to Learn

Presentation from the North East Regional Center for Rural Development local food conference.

Opening Day for Spring Turkey Calls for Grilled Turkey Breast

Wild Turkey opens today in Seneca County. DEC has excellent information on Turkey hunting, including all the rules and regs. The above photo is from the National Wild Turkey Federation…

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