It's officially soup season! This Woodchuck Soup comes together with beans, carrots, and onions but you can use any fall garden ingredients. I like using our garden to fill in the soup with the critter that is always trying to steal them; it feels very balanced. Hunting and homesteading go hand in hand, and result in a warm and delicious soup!
With the summer months coming to a close and a freezer full of fish, it’s time to make room for hunting season. This Gulf of Mexico Ceviche is a great way to prepare your summer saltwater catch! Serve with fresh corn or plantain chips, pile high on top of fresh guacamole or spoon into a halved avocado and savor summer just a little bit longer!
Tataki is a very popular Japanese dish that consists of beef (in this case venison) or fish that is seared over a high heat and leaving the center rare. This method is perfect for lean venison which benefits from cooking on the rare side. I serve it atop of sushi rice and a truffled ponzu sauce. If you’ve never had the flavor of truffles paired with venison, you’re in for a special treat!