• If You Eat Bad, Well...

    By: Admin Jan 21, 2013

    When you run out of ducks (season closes) then what….? Well, there is always the hard top.  Ice fishing is almost as insane as waiting for ducks in like temperatures. But unlike most late season duck hunting, with fish, you can get inside one of the new ice tents and with a heater be shielded from the elements. Fish don’t seem to mind the beacon of fabric sitting above them.

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  • Hot Wings

    By: Admin Jan 17, 2013

    So with the big game coming up, I wanted to showcase a few good recipes for you to dig into in a few weeks. I have debated for a week on whether or not to share this recipe. I am sharing it for 2 reasons. Number 1, to show that even with the best intentions and ingredients, not all recipes turn out for the best. Second, I wanted to see if any of you readers wanted to chime in with helpful hints

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  • Pan Fried Duck

    By: Admin Jan 17, 2013

    By: Guy P

    I’m not sure how the temperature is in your neck of the woods….but it was a balmy minus 22 degrees Fahrenheit when I checked the gauge Monday morning.  I’d brought the Labs into the garage that night when it hit zero. Yeah they are Labs and all, and have good igloo houses full of hay, but they are not Laberhuskys!

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  • Hot Buttered Carrots

    By: Admin Jan 15, 2013

    This is an easy, healthy and pretty easy recipe for the new year. It requires just a few ingredients and some patience. Even the ingredients are a bit negotiable. Have no baby carrots? Cut up a few larger carrots. No butter? Substitute margarine or olive oil. Add whatever seasonings you have on hand or what sounds good. Add this side dish to your next meal!

     

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  • Batter Buns

    By: Admin Jan 3, 2013

    We have a local restaurant that is a family favorite and before you get your juicy steak, they serve homemade rolls and corn pone.  These rolls are special and unique though. They are not dense and sweet like Texas Roadhouse, but flaky and light almost like a fluffy biscuit.

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  • Cast Iron Christmas: Shepherd's Pie

    By: Admin Dec 27, 2012

    A few nights before Christmas I was talking to my mother-in-law, lamenting about the fact that both of my children hate potatoes. I feel like this is very un-American and I am slightly worried about the repercussions, considering that Idaho is really close to our home. I am also a little sad that a recipe we used to have at least once a week was now sacrificed to the Idontwanna God of lost reci

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