Slow-cooked Moose Roast

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Every time I eat game meat I wonder why I don’t do it more often…it’s so delicious, and it doesn’t get more pastured than that.
I guess the answer is habits.
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Lemon-Rosemary Glazed Wild Boar Inside Round

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This glaze turned out really well I think, and don’t worry if you don’t have a wild boar inside round laying around…I’m sure it goes great with both chicken and pork too!

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Ground Game Goulash

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Goulash…what is there not to love about it?
This recipe is not the traditional Goulash, but all the right flavors are there…

It was quite a cold day, and I was craving a warm, comforting soup to make the day feel a little less depressing…
I happened to have both deer stock and the separated tallow available from a recent batch, plus a few packs of minced wild boar…
Suddenly a ground game Goulash seemed obvious.

Don’t worry if you don’t have minced wild boar or deer stock available, just replace it with any game meat/stock, or beef for that matter, and you’ll definitely have a great soup to get you both warm, full and smiling!
Now over to the details:

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Tjälknöl

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This week I’m bringing you back to Sweden again, introducing you to the “Tjälknöl”…hope you don’t mind?

If I would translate “Tjälknöl”, it would be “Frost Lump” (“Tjäle” is the Swedish word for frozen ground, and a “knöl” is a lump), and it’ll all make perfect sense in a bit…

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Bacon Wrapped Meatloaf With Reindeer And Red Currants

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Who doesn’t love meatloaf?
I know I do, and this time I decided to make it with a Scandinavian twist… :)
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