Complete Fish and Game Cookbook

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Stackpole Books, 1996 - Cooking - 458 pages
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Whatever your favourite fare and preferred cooking methods, this cookbook offers no-fuss recipes and easy-to-follow instructions to help bring your catch to the table. Recipes include: fish, alligator, frog, quail, pheasant, duck, goose, javelina, rabbit, venison, caribou, moose, bear, woodchuck, muskrat, rattlesnake, elk, and squirrel.
  

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Livingston's comprehensive cookbook/ guide was originally published as Outdoor Life's Complete Fish and Game Cookbook (1986); this revision contains about 20 percent new material. The text displays ... Read full review

Contents

Fried Fish Plain and Fancy
3
Baking Fish
15
Roll Your Own
25
Fish Flakes
31
Broiling Fish
43
Boiled Poached and Steamed Fish
51
Fish Chowders Stews and Soups
59
IV
62
Woodcock and Snipe
235
Ducks and Geese
240
Blackbirds Marsh Birds and Others
254
Dressing Birds
266
GAME
273
Squirrel
275
Rabbit
282
Classic Recipes for Big Game
294

Appetizers Snacks and Fish Sandwiches
69
Fish Roe
77
The Best Parts
87
Frogs
95
Turtles and Gators
103
Cooking Fish on the Patio
111
Cooking Fish in Camp
124
Crawfish Garfish Pea Crabs and More
131
Raw Smoked and Preserved Fish
143
Fish Sauces
155
Fish Salads
161
Dressing Fish
168
Doves and Pigeons
187
Quail
199
Wild Turkey
207
Pheasant
219
Partridge Grouse and Similar Birds
229
Venison
305
Fancy and Unusual Venison Dishes
319
Ground Game Meat
329
Chili
339
Bear
349
Elk and Moose
356
Caribou and Antelope
365
Sheep and Goat Boar and Javelina
370
Bonus Eating from the Trap Line
379
Rattlesnakes Armadillos and Varmints
390
Variety Meats from Game
399
Cooking Game on the Patio
410
Cooking Game in Camp
417
Leftovers
428
Game from Field to Table
431
Index
451
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About the author (1996)

A. D. Livingston writes about game cooking for Gray's Sporting Journal and has published numerous books on cooking game, fish, and birds. He lives in Wewahitchka, Florida.

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