A fresh roe buck fillet cooked over bonfire enjoyed with good friends at the hunting ground. What else can you ask for on a nice summer evening.
This recipe is an old Danish classic dish reinvented. In Denmark we refer to this as ‘Hens in Tartlets’. Today instead of chicken we will use pheasant.
Jerky is the perfect little snack to serve your friends before dinner, or you can bring it as a treat on a hunting trip. Give it a go.
Cooking rabbit is similar to chicken, fry on a moderate heat for 20 minutes. Keep in mind that this lean meat is prone to drying out. Enjoy cooking!
To Mexicans, tortillas are bread. If you know how to make tortillas you will be able to make more authentic enchiladas or tacos. Learn more.
The venison meatballs are coated with a glaze made from currants, Provencal herbs and a flavored red wine reduction. A feast for the eyes and your palate.
Hare season begins in August and lasts through most of the autumn and winter. This recipe for hare fillet is perfect for an easy and healthy weekday dinner.
Are you looking for the perfect warm winter dinner full of flavor? It’s right here. Hunter’s Stew made from venison tenderloin. Enjoy.
In Denmark it’s tradition to serve duck for Christmas Eve. Here comes Mette’s favorite way to cook an orange wild duck full of Christmas flavors.
Lasagna is a favorite to both kids and grown ups. It’s an easy dinner for weekdays, but can also be served fancy in weekends. Happy cooking!