(Photo: Jim Bindon of Arundel, Quebec and Steve Enright of Orleans pull a ‘MacGyver’ over the campstove with some deer steaks, after the outdoor cooking fire suddenly died out)
OK Folks, as I delve into my Canadian Wild Game Cookbook (published by Lone Pine Publishing) – the last of three 40,000 word books I have been working on since September, some may have wondered why I’ve been abnormally quiet.
Well, I hereby ‘officially’ invite all fellow hunters and conservationists at the Outdoors Guy Blog to be apart of my cookbook experience.
I am quite sure that most of you have enjoyed many wild-game cooking and meals over the years, with lots of great memories to go along with them…and this is where you guys come in.
The Canadian Wild Fish Cookbook (hitting bookstores this spring btw) includes lots of great fish and fishing tidbits and information, advice from top Canadian chefs and funny fishing stories.
The Canadian Outdoor Cookbook (also hitting bookstores later this spring) includes a lot of my own outdoor camping and cooking experience, plus excerpts from adventures over my years of travelling each and every Canadian province.
My goal for the Canadian Wild Game Cookbook (To be released this Fall) is to (hopefully) include stories and experiences of fellow hunters from all around..to get a cross-section of what hunting and enjoying wild game means to all of us…i.e. hunt camp tales of cooking glory(or woe) funny stories of grilling a deer steak or simmering a moose stew during the season with the gang, things of that nature.
It is completely up to you with no pressure at all, so if you’d like to be apart of this major North American book release, I would love to include you in this project.
Simply email your short stories to email@example.com with the caption ‘Wild Game’, and I will take it from there!
Jeff Morrison – The Outdoors Guy