A Great Way to Make Your Antelope Taste Great


Antelope hunters and hoagie eaters–we have a recipe for you!  The best part is that you can substitute the antelope roast for elk, venison or pork! Tell us what you think of this recipe posted on harrodoutdoors.com: Carol’s Antelope Hoagie Rolls  by Carol Pratt 1 chopped clove garlic ½ chopped onion 3 Tbsp cooking oil […]

Forget the Chicken…Try Some Bear!

bear roast strips

Montana’s general big game archery season opens this Saturday, and for those of you bear hunters, and bear meat eaters, we have a very easy recipe for you to check out from justgamerecipes.com: Zesty Bear Tenders 1 2-lb. bear roast, cut into strips 2 packages Italian dressing mix 2 jars Pepperocini peppers 2 cloves garlic, […]

Turn Your Antelope Harvest into Jambalaya


Whether you are archery hunting for antelope or rifle hunting this season, we have something for you!  In preparation for your harvest this season, here is an awesome jambalaya recipe (via www.fromforesttofork.com) for you to keep in mind that will spice up your regular antelope dish. JAMBALAYA WITH ANTELOPE SAUSAGE AND SHRIMP RECIPE: INGREDIENTS: 1 tablespoon […]

Big D’s Mushroom and Cheese Stuffed Venison Loaf


Bow hunters are anticipating the upcoming archery season, and that means it’s time to make room for more meat in your freezer!  If you like cheese, mushrooms, bacon and meat loaf…you are going to love this.  I haven’t even made this yet, but I plan on making it this weekend.  I am that confident about this […]

Flathead Cherry Recipes


Flathead Cherry Festival is taking place this weekend in Polson, Montana, and in the spirit of all things cherry, we thought it appropriate to share some recipes for Flathead Cherries. All recipes came from Flathead Cherry Growers Association website, which can be found here. SWEET CHERRY COFFEE CAKE* “Recipe By K. Nice” Ingredients: (Serves 15) […]

GORP Recipe – A Little More Than Good Old Raisins and Peanuts


GORP-and acronym for Good Old Raisins & Peanuts, or trail mix. Trail mix is considered an ideal snack food for hikes, because it is lightweight, easy to store, and nutritious, providing a quick energy boost from the carbohydrates in the dried fruit or granola, and sustained energy from fats in nuts. The basic idea is […]

Make Your Venison Burger Moist and Rich with Egg Yolks & Ground Bacon


Adding ground bacon and egg yolks keeps these burgers moist and adds lots of richness and flavor. Condiments for burgers are very relative to who’s eating them, but a good, earthy cheese and mustard are prime additions for venison. Here, we recommend Emmentaler and coarse-ground mustard, along with some spicy arugula for texture. More bacon […]

Peel Apples with a Power Tool, and Make an AMAZING Apple Pie


MMMM….what is not to love about fresh apple pie made from hand-picked apples?  Oh, and there is an amazing recipe posted below, but first, watch the following video to see how you can peel approximately 5 apples in the time it would typically take to peel one… Blue Ribbon Apple Pie (via landolakes.com) INGREDIENTS: Crust […]

Add Some Tree to Your Meal with Spruce or Fir Tip Syrup


How much more outdoorsy can your food get?  Unlike maple syrup, this spruce or fir tip syrup apparently has a citrus taste, even moreso when you add lemon juice, and smells like a pine forest.  Intrigued?  Well, to make it even more appealing, it apparently makes a “fascinating” mixer when added to gin.  This particular […]

Venison Meatloaf Cupcakes with Sweet Potato “Frosting”


Wondering how to get creative with the venison in your freezer?  Well, how about some venison cupcakes?  Wait!  Before you stick your tongue out, let me add venison “meatloaf” cupcakes with sweet potato frosting!  Now, for those of you that do not like sweet potatoes, I think you could use regular mashed potatoes instead.  I […]

Low Carb Muskrat Soup – Trapper’s Delight


Having just trapped my first muskrat the day before yesterday (as you may have seen from the pic posted on the Montana Outdoor Radio Show Facebook page), I found this recipe particularly interesting.  Skinning a muskrat might be way easier than skinning a coon, but there isn’t much meat on a muskrat.  I am pretty […]

“The Captain’s Golden Willow” by Trevor Johnson of Kit’s Tackle


This past Tuesday our boat hit the open water with a new captain aboard…and not just any old captain.  The Captain of the Montana Outdoor Radio Show joined us for a fun filled day of winter jigging on Hauser reservoir just north east of Helena.  The day started out a little slow, but for those […]