July 2015

Scott Leysath

Meat Test – Top Eat


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The color has to look like a piece of meat I’d want to eat. If there’s a little freezer-burn, you can usually trim away the bad part and the rest should be OK. If the outside is discolored, mottled or green, I’m not going to bother with it. If the meat smells bad or is […]

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Scott Leysath

Summer Sausage Salad


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Wild rice and wild game make for a great match, but they are much more edible when cooked separately. Wild rice isn’t actually rice. It’s a grass with grains that have a vegetable-like taste and a crunchy, earthy outer shell. Since it does take longer to cook than your basic white rice, it requires some […]

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Scott Leysath

Don’t Overlook Deer Ribs


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I use the same method to cook deer ribs that I do for feral pigs. They’re about the same size and act the same way when properly cooked. If you try and rush the process, they will be tough, chewy and you’ll have a difficult time getting the meat off the ribs. STEP ONE Trim […]

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