Posts by Kirstie Pike:

Posts by Kirstie Pike:

Pheasant Piccata

Ptarmigan, pheasant, and grouse all lend themselves to this recipe. It’s quick, easy, and light. Serve with a side of risotto or quinoa.

1 minute read

Teriyaki Venison Meatballs

This recipe is as delicious as it is versatile. You can utilize any ground red meat for this dish: Moose, elk, bear, antelope, sheep, caribou, or goat.

1 minute read

Wild Turkey Thai Curry

This recipe for Wild Turkey Thai Curry is delicious! Swap turkey for your preferred game meat or add some of your favorite spices to make it special.

1 minute read

Crane Heart Ceviche

This Crane Heart Ceviche is delicious, easy, and it makes for a great conversation piece. Keep in mind you can use the heart of any game bird!

2 minute read

Turkey Hunting in High Wind

We all know that feeling when you wake up in the morning to get ready for the hunt, and all you hear is howling winds outside—here's what you can do about it.

1 minute read

Goose Pad Thai

This is an easy and healthy recipe that can be made with any game bird to become your new go-to. 

2 minute read

Turkey Jerky Dog Treats

I love hunting, but I hate wasting any meat that is usable. The breasts and legs are definitely the prime parts of a turkey.

1 minute read

Vacuum Sealing Your Game

For years we have processed our own game, spending late nights cutting, grinding wrapping, and labeling. However, over the last few years, I have come to prefer vacuum-sealing my game over paper wrap.

2 minute read

Shooting and Hearing Loss

While I may use hearing protection at the range or sighting in my rifle, I am very inconsistent when using protection out in the field and lately, I've noticed my hearing not being quite what it used to be.

2 minute read

Cooking With Game | Venison Stroganoff

I love cooking with wild game meat. It lends itself to all sorts of unique recipes, from gourmet, global dishes to good old comfort food, game is as versatile as it is flavorful.

2 minute read

Biggest Trophy on a Solo Hunt

One of the best parts of a solo hunt is the opportunity to learn from mistakes and hone your skills. Its success or failure lies squarely on the shoulders of the hunter.

3 minute read

Big Game Field Kit Essentials

Maintaining an efficient Kill Kit is simple and will save you a lot of time and frustration in the field. Here are my own personal recommendations.

3 minute read