Category: Other Dishes

How to Clean a Tuna

Catching Tuna off the Oregon Coast can be the most exhilarating 30 minutes once you find them that you can have in a boat.  The last time we fished in Cabo, we had 29 in less than 30 minutes.  When the bite is over,… Continue Reading “How to Clean a Tuna”

Southern Buttermilk Biscuits

I have had this on the brain for a while, and finally I saw a recipe in Fine Cooking Magazine that my mother in law bought for me at the airport when she was visiting.  I actually had the copy, because…I am a subscriber… Continue Reading “Southern Buttermilk Biscuits”

Wild Mushroom Stuffed Quail with Truffle Sauce

When quail season begins, I get a little giddy about it.  Something about these fat, little luscious birds that are not only fun to hunt, but they are great to eat.  There are several species of quail, but they all taste great on the… Continue Reading “Wild Mushroom Stuffed Quail with Truffle Sauce”

Macaroni and Cheese Bomb Diggety

I have made this dish so many different ways and so many times that my efforts have definitely taken years off my life.  I guess I would rather live fast, hard, and happy then long, dull, and….skinny.  I made this one for some friends… Continue Reading “Macaroni and Cheese Bomb Diggety”

The Morel Mushroom Ring (Precious) gets passed on to new King

The beginning of the Morel season has begun.  My old buddy Trevor Storlie and I have been pounding away over the years, competing in ever sense of the way, on who can collect the most morel mushrooms in a single weekend. If you read this… Continue Reading “The Morel Mushroom Ring (Precious) gets passed on to new King”

Wild Mushroom Risotto with Pesto Scallops

I said I was going to post it and true to my word, I finally got around to it.   This one goes great with the “Springer Salmon Cedar Plank” recipe.  I decided for the blog that I would do it as a main course. … Continue Reading “Wild Mushroom Risotto with Pesto Scallops”

A small girl and her five gallon bucket

While camping and clamming this week.  I got to watch my youngest daughter Mady, steal my clamming bucket.  I am thinking to myself while watching herself navigate down the small hill to the RV while carrying the stolen 5 gallon bucket “She has 500… Continue Reading “A small girl and her five gallon bucket”

Martinis and Meatloaf

When I was growing up, I hated meatloaf.  Just the thought of it made me run the other direction.  When I am at a really nice restaurant I usually cruise over the menu and say “Bring me what your famous for”.  I believe it is… Continue Reading “Martinis and Meatloaf”

Shaniko Smoked Elk Burgers

  We had a group of hunters visit us for some good ole fashion pheasant and chucker hunting and of course I had to make a big lunch for 12 dudes.  So I thought about doing smoked elk burgers and one of my friends has… Continue Reading “Shaniko Smoked Elk Burgers”

2012 Valentines Dinner-This is why my wife lets me go hunting

For all of you outdoorsmen out there, pay attention to what I am going to tell you.  The reason my wife allows me to do the things I do, is not because of how handsome I am, or my “Mr. Wonderful” personality, nor my… Continue Reading “2012 Valentines Dinner-This is why my wife lets me go hunting”