This is a short post, announcing a new page here on Ethnic Foods R Us: Wild Game.
This new page is now being filled out with classic North American recipes using wild game meats as the primary ingredient. The following is some of the ethnic cuisine’s background content. To skip right to the page and get the recipes, Click Here.
Many Americans love to hunt. Rifle hunting, as well as bow and arrow seasons, are anticipated and participated in by millions of Americans. And wild game cuisine is, quite naturally, a considerably significant segment of North American cuisine in general.
The red meats of elk, moose, deer, bear, wild boar, etc., are prevalent in Wild Game cuisine. Small mammals are also hunted for wild game cuisine: rabbit, raccoon, squirrel, possum, beaver, etc.
And birds, also, with duck, goose, pheasant, partridge and quail among the most popular.
Reptiles, such as rattlesnake and iguana, as well as amphibians, like alligator and crocodile, are considered to be good eats by those who love American wild game cuisine too.
With the abundance of wild game in North America, and Americans’ love of hunting and eating wild game, it is small wonder that wild game cuisine in America is rich with variety. And it is abundant in delicious meals prepared and enjoyed all across North America.
According to the NRA (National Rifle Association) e-publication, American Hunter, the top 5 most favorite wild game animals hunted for eating are:
Number Five: Whitetail Deer
Number Four: Beaver
Number Three: Mallard Duck
Number Two: Elk
Number One: Squirrel
So there is a bit of information on just what all comprises some of the more popular animals hunted for their meat. But now let’s get you to the main reason you read through this post – click here to get …
Chow, y’all, happy wild game eating. Please leave a comment, I will engage and interact with all who do.
My Best Always, Your Friend,
Marvin D Wilson (The Old Silly)
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