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Duck with Jack Daniel’s Barbecue Sauce

Duck with Jack Daniel’s Barbecue Sauce
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I know that many of you do cook your ducks whole, so here’s a spirited recipe for your next barbecued or oven-roasted duck. As an option, you may want to cut off the legs and roast them in sauce for a few hours to make them tender (covered, 450 degrees). If you want to save some of the Jack Daniel’s for drinking, you can forego the marinade and baste the birds with sauce while cooking, but thin the basting sauce out with some orange juice or it will burn and look ugly.

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Duck Breasts with Apple Brandy Sauce

Duck Breasts with Apple Brandy Sauce
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By request from Sacramento’s own Dave Meegan, America’s premier game hog. Dave and I enjoyed this spur-of-the moment duck dish along with a great bottle of Groth Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon. My memory is a little fuzzy, as was my tongue the next morning, but I think it went something like this…

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Game Bird Pot Pie

Game Bird Pot Pie
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Let’s suppose that you take a look in the freezer and find that you have a few quail, some pheasant breasts, a dove or two, maybe a rabbit…not enough for individual meals, but if you throw it all into a pile, it’s dinner. You can make your own pastry dough. It’s actually pretty easy. I make it even easier by buying prepared puff pastry dough from the freezer section of my grocery store.

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Ceviche

Ceviche
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It’s not really cooked in the traditional sense, but then it’s not sashimi either. The acidic lime juice actually “cooks” the fish, shrimp and scallops. Serve in a glass bowl, or get really fancy and serve inside a melon or other large fruit.

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Fried Whole Fish

Fried Whole Fish
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I prepared this recipe on HuntFishCook with a beautiful little Florida Pompano, but you can do it with any fish that will fit into a pan of hot oil.

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Grilled Yellowtail with Spicy Peppercorn Oil

Grilled Yellowtail with Spicy Peppercorn Oil
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This Spicy Peppercorn Oil is best made a day ahead, so plan accordingly. In a pinch, you can make a fast batch and just slap it on your fish, but it’s mo’ betta after a day or two. It really brings out the flavor of the fish.

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Mexican Shrimp Cocktail (Coctel de Camarones)

Mexican Shrimp Cocktail (Coctel de Camarones)
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From the “Bottom Feeders” episode on Sportsman Channel. Try this spicy cocktail to wow your family or guests at your next shin-dig. Visit the Hispanic section of your local grocer to find the sauces and orange soda used in this recipe.

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Poached Trout with Green Chili Grits

Poached Trout with Green Chili Grits
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If you watched the episode, “the New South” on Sportsman Channel, you would have seen me actually eat this dish in the episode – and I never do that – but the grits are THAT good. Catch full-length episodes of many of my past shows on my YouTube channel and subscribe!

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Pickled Shrimp

Pickled Shrimp
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Those of you might not think this shrimp looks really appetizing – but trust me, it tastes delicious. Keep refrigerated and it will keep for some time for you. Great appetizer for a football party or backyard bbq.

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Dungeness Crab Cakes

Dungeness Crab Cakes
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Also works with picked blue crab and, if you’re out of crab, cooked flaky white-fleshed fish fillets work well, too. Just make sure that the crab meat has been patted dry with two-ply paper towels. If it’s too wet, it won’t hold together when cooked. Serve with flavored aioli, tartar sauce, clarified butter or cocktail sauce.

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