Wild Game / Birds / Fish

Hosted by Russ Myers
Group active since Fri, Mar 14, 2014

Wild Game / Birds / Fish recipes.

J. White Harris
Feb 11, 2017

Fried Fish Island Style

I saw fish being cooked like this during the nine years I lived on Pacific islands.
Fried Fish Island Style

Russ Myers
Dec 24, 2016


That's an animal I will probably have the opportunity see live in the wilds

deb baldwin
Dec 24, 2016

Merry Christmas

Here is a web cam I came across this morning...Elk refuge at Jackson Hole, Mt


A bit foggy this morning , but you can see a few elk

Sherry Blizzard
Jun 17, 2015

Moose Sticks and Jerky Recipes

Hi everyone. I just took out a 5 lb. moose roast for jerky and 8 lbs of ground moose for snacking sticks and summer sausage. Please send your favorite recipes.

Sherry Blizzard
Jun 13, 2015

Sockeye Scraps and Dog Food Question

So we dipnetted our sockeye...Hunky hubby came back with a huge ice chest full of "Scraps"....heads, bones, carcasses, eggs all junk that it typically thrown back into the river. Last year I canned it for dog meat in the winter. Why not? My house stinks for a week or two, but my dogs have some seriously good protein and Omega 3 oils at -40F. Should I can all of it now...6-7 days of straight canning or freeze half and can later. Also...my extension office recommends never canning a quart of salmon...only pints...your take?

Sherry Blizzard
Jun 9, 2015

Heading to Copper River for Sockeye

Yep...it's that time of year. I got our dipnetting permit and we are headed to Chitna to dipnet our sockeye. This year, we are allowed 35 sockeyes and 1 King Salmon. I already have the zipseal bags ready to go and the travel trailer is loaded and ready. Last year we put up 75 lbs of Copper River Sockeye Salmon. I saw the price today is $14.00 a pound. I can't believe it is that expensive, yet I know a lot of people who will pay for it. I feel very blessed to live in a place that allows its residents to make use of our own natural resources.

Sherry Blizzard
Jun 5, 2015

Seafood Stock

Yes....I saved all my shells from shrimp, lobster, and crab as well as scrap veggies (the ends and peelings of onions, carrots, etc. Since I bought some AK King Crab today at the store to make a grilled cheese,... I thought I had enough to bring the old shells out of the freezer and make stock. I will pressure can this stock and use it whenever I need to make gumbo, chowder, orzo or anything else that a seafood stock might enhance the recipe better than water.

Sherry Blizzard
Dec 6, 2014

Moose Pot Pie Recipe?

Looking for a good moose pot pie recipe. AND.....I SUCK at making pie crust so I can use that too. Maybe a savory crust? Thanks for your help.