Beyond Breasts- Duck Leg Rillettes

It was opening weekend for ducks in Seneca County, NY and many lucky hunters ended their morning with mallards and other local ducks in the bag.  Some birds were plucked…

From Field to Feast

The New York State Conservationist Magazine October 2014 edition has an article describing the creation of the Wild Harvest Table Website and my entry into hunting.  You can check it…

Stuffed Venison Chops from Gourmet Game Dinner

Executive Chef John McNabb from Knapp Winery created this amazing dish for the Gourmet Game Dinner that benefited Wild Harvest Table educational programming.  Thank you, Chef!  It was an amazing…

Snipe, Rail, and Gallinule Season

Snipe, rail, and gallinule are migratory game birds that inhabit marshes and wetlands with a legal hunting season in New York State that runs from September 1 to November 9th for…

“Wacky Rig” Bass Fishing- then make fish stock and chowder!

Bass Fishing With Kids Don’t get frustrated! Get Wacky! By Edward Woltmann So your kids have reached the point where they’re no longer satisfied catching sunfish with a bobber and…

Wild Turkey Breasts, Buttermilk panfried

This recipe is perfect for wild turkey meat, which can be a little on the dryer side compared to store bought turkey.  By soaking the meat in buttermilk overnight, you…

Chef Lerman’s Panfish Salad

Whether you are still pulling perch out of the ice or starting to fish on open water, this recipe is a yummy way to prepare panfish.  So what are panfish…

Addressing Information Gaps in Wild Caught Foods

The Wild Harvest Table team recently published the article, “The Absence of Wild Game and Fish Species from the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference: Addressing Information Gaps in Wild Caught Foods.”…

Are we too disconnected from the source of our meat?

Here is an interesting article from a British newspaper, about butcher shops and some questioning of meat biases.  Amazing looking shops!  

Our Best Super Bowl Recipes

Need some great recipes to impress your friends and family this Super Bowl?  Try our quick, simple, finger food recipes listed below with the wild fish and game in the…

Skip to toolbar