This is the first time that I have made this so I wanted to post my process in case others had considered trying it. Started with the 3 rockfish that I caught this week- after I had carefully filleted them, I cleaned out the guts and then trimmed to remove the fins/tails/gills and as much blood...
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Very easy to make and 75 cents a bottle!
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So, we're getting awful tired of fighting all the bones in small fish. Trout, rockfish, panfish, etc. But on the other hand, these small fish are really difficult to filet, and even when you get it right, there's not a lot of meat. So it is too easy to just say "filet them and make fish tacos"...
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So I pickled a few pounds of a chinook I caught in Dec. and it came out way mushier than the couple times I've pickled coho with the same recipe. Like, pretty much too mushy to eat normally (by itself, with crackers, etc.) Anyone have any ideas on how to use it? Anyone had this happen before...
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Strangely enough I've never caught a hen before, now that I have some good eggs I was wondering whats the best way to cure them.
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Hello guys, I recently eat carp but I intend to eat clean water carp, but its still not as good as other fish. So I found out a way to have fun eating it. So I fished Fairview Lake and caught about 3-4 inch carps, so I decided that there small and they don't smell as bad because there just...
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Okay, I smoked my trout using nothing but brown sugar and salt as my brine. Good, but salty (and I need to stay away from salt anyway). I tried it again but reducing the salt by half, but still too salty. After reading different posts, I noticed that salt is very important to a brine and...
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How long will it really last before it goes bad?
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anyone know how to cook bass? I tried bass and blue gill last summer. My god, that bass was the worst thing I have ever ate in my entire life. Some people say if you catch them in the winter they taste better than trout? Blue gill wasn't as bad as bass but i'm still in no hurry to try it again.
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I have been a deer hunter all my life. I have eaten pork ribs all my life. As a child, I would watch my Dad skin and quarter a deer, watch him drag the remaining carcass off into the woods for the buzzards. With the ribs always still attached. When I grew up and started processing my own deer, I...
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I sliced up a beautiful 12 ounce chunk of raw Chinook fillet from a fish we caught in September and we had it with sushi rice and dry seaweed, Asian veggie side dish and a nice Pinot Grigio...very tasty. I did take the extra precaution of deep freezing the fish to meet the FDA guidelines: at...
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Anyone want to share a recipe. I have a few good size chunks of tuna from a friend. They must be a few pounds each. Any easy ideas??
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I am sure that others have favorite ways to make the most of their catch, catching King salmon is new for us and we really wanted to utilize all of the fish, so here is what we did: after the filet process, which is never perfect, there was still some meat along the bones, not too much but in...
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I tried smoking trout (not salmon) using a recipe I found on the internet using dill for the brine and alder for the wood. Sounds good right? It was terrible and a disaster. Does anybody have good TROUT brine, or do you use the same brine for trout as you would for salmon? I also was told...
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With SuperBowl Sunday right around the corner, we are kicking up some great football party foods here at www.OldWoodFireGrill.com to get ready for the big game. Smoky Hot Tater Tots is an idea that we came up with based on simple principles: bacon is good, jalapenos are good and tater tots are...
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Well I got my hands on some canada geese that were shot on the farm this morning. Here is the recipie I am using http://www.ducks.org/hunting/recipes/spicy-goose-jerky Since I had about 7.8 lbs of goose breast I doubled up on the recipe. Once I let the marinate soak a bit I will toss it into...
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I have been really lame about coming on here and contributing lately, and for that I apologize. Work has been busy, I'm knee deep into writing my cookbook, the kids are out school....hey, sounds like life, huh?! We made this dish for Father's Day breakfast and it turned out to be a homerun! Feel...
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I took the girls to the hunting land recently to hopefully catch a stringer full of crappie for a big fish fry. So we loaded up the rods and reels, a cooler of snacks and a bucket full of minnows and headed out! But after about 2 solid hours of floating live minnows under a bobber with no luck...
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I smoked up 6 pork butts for my mom and dads 50 anniversary party and took some picks, thought i would share with you all. started with 3 packers packers from cash and carry each packer was close to 20lbs, I cut through the fat cap on 3 of them trying to find out if there was a difference in the...
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I recently had a taste for a little wood flavored venison, so I could sit back here in the spring and reminisce about my success from last November (hate to brag but here's a little picture, just in case you haven't seen my buck!) Okay, enough showing off! Sorry, now back to the recipe...
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