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All New Purity Cookbook: A Complete Book of Canadian Cooking
The Purity Cookbook has long been part of family traditions in many homes, and rare first editions are collector's items. Carefully reproduced from the original 1967 edition, this cookbook contains the recipes for an incredible variety of dishes, as well as tiny gems of kitchen wisdom that have been passed on from generation to generation. Handy charts detail the times for cooking vegetables, roasting turkeys, and cooking meat. With the Purity Cookbook, you can create an era of good, wholesome food just like your grandmother used to make. 224 pgs.
c. 2001, S/C...$12.95

American Game Cooking: A Contemporary Guide to Preparing Farm-Raised Game Birds and Meats
by: Ash, John & Goldstein, Sid

Revolutions in the farming of game have brought such delicacies as rabbit and squab back to the everyday dinner table, and here is the first cookbook to feature more than a dozen farm-raised game varieties now widely available. Most of the book's 125 recipes are the creation of John Ash, one of America's most important new food authorities. 4-color insert and line illustrations. 288 pgs.
c. 1991, H/C...$25.00
Used, Out-Of-Print, Quantities Limited

Condition: Very good with dust jacket, ex-library, like new except usual library markings

Art of Wild Game Cooking (Fish & Game Kitchen)
by: Clarke, Eileen

This is a one-of-a-kind cookbook by hunters who cook what they hunt. The authors stress that the "art" of wild game cooking is not only in the preparation of the meals, it's also in the care and handling of the kill. As such, they include recommendations for meat aging, tips on preventing meat damage, and instructions for hanging and cooling carcasses. The Art of Wild Game Cooking is packed with over 100 mouth-watering recipes that range from quick camp meals to exquisite gourmet dishes. Readers will find easy-to-follow preparation techniques for: Venison steaks/roasts/ribs; International Specialties Waterfowl and upland game; Trout/salmon/freshwater fish Tough cuts and strong-flavor. 128 pgs.

Babe & Kris Winkelman's Great Fish & Game Recipes
by: Winkelman, Babe & Winkelman, Kris

Fish, Venison, Gamebird and Side Dish Recipes:from Easy to Elegant. Chapters include:making stock, fish, big game, upland game, waterfowl, starters & side dishes and sauces & marinades. Over 150 fish and wild game recipes, everything from Bass to Venison to Pheasant and from Catfish to Moose to Ruffed Grouse. More than 35 photos and helpful step-by-step preparation hints. 127 pages, color and B/W photos
c. 2004, H/C...$21.95

Bacon & Beans: Ranch-Country Recipes (Western Horseman)
by: Hughes, Stella

A collection of tales and recipes from the west. Her writing involves recipes, but the real content is the well-spiced, rib-tickling, immensely satisfying view of western life from Eagle Creek, Arizona. Chapter titles: The Uncrowned Kings; Cookin' by Guess and by Gosh; Campfires and Dutch Ovens; Day's A-Breakin'; Doughgods and Other Breads; Salads and Stuff; All But the Hide and Horns; Cookin' the Wild Ones; Hot Stuff!; Frijoles; Y'All Come; Fluff-Duffs and Other Sweets; More for the Sweet Tooth; Break Time; Special Helps. 136 pages.
c.1990, S/C, Spiral...$14.95

Basic Butchering of Livestock & Game
by: Mettler, Jr., John J.

This is the book for anyone who hunts, farms, or buys large quantities of meat. The author takes the mystery out of slaughtering and butchering everything from beef and veal, to venison, pork, and lamb. The text is clear and easy-to-follow. Combined with 130 detailed illustrations by Elayne Sears, the reader is provided with complete, step-by-step instructions. Here is everything you need to know: At what age to butcher an animal; How to kill, skin, slaughter, and butcher; How to dress out game in a field; Salting, smoking, and preserving; Tools, equipment, the setup; More than thirty recipes using all kinds of meat. 208 pgs.

Best Midwest Restaurant Cooking
by: Guthrie, Margaret

Recipes by chefs and coos at 78 restaurants from the entire midwest. 162 pgs.

Buffalo Cookbook
by: Johnston, Ruth

Low fat solution to eating red meat - recipies, dietary concerns, & suppliers. 128 pgs.

Bull Cook & Authentic Historical Recipes & Practices
by: Herter, George & Herter, Berthe
An old time recipe book that covers a wide variety of subjects. From skinning a turtle to field dressing a pheasant, wild duck to muskrat to squirrel. From making jerky to pickling fish. From cleaning and filleting a fish to making homemade wine. B/W photos & illustrations. 96 pages
c. 1970, S/C... $9.95
Used, Out-Of-Print, Quantities Limited
Condition: Very Good with some shelf wear

Campsite To Kitchen Cookbook

Recipies & traditions from America's great outdoors. Organized by how to cook venison, game, game birds, waterfowl, fish, shellfish, greens, berries, etc, with comments on some dishes, tips on better, faster cooking or variations. 254 pgs.
c. 1994, Spiral...$15.95

Canning & Preserving (Popular Kitchen Series Magazine)
by: Hobby Farms

From the editors of Hobby Farms magazine. A virtural how-to for canning and preserving your bounty at its peak. Includes:the history of food preservation, guides for boiling-water and pressure canning, pickling, dehydrating, freezing, juicing and root cellering. Suggestions of ways to turn your homemade goods into a little extra money. Includes many recipes. 96 pages
c. 2010, Magazine...$10.99

Cheesemaking (Popular Kitchen Series Magazine)
by: Hobby Farms

From the editors of Hobby Farms magazine, this includes abundant information on the art of cheesemaking. Includes:history of cheesemaking, the elements of introductory cheesemaking, how-to's for making soft and hard cheeses, recipes, DIY cheese press, mold and bacteria ripened cheeses, information on making butter and how to serve cheese, taste it and pair it with your favorite foods and drinks. 96 pages
c. 2010, Magazine...$10.99

Cutting-Up In The Kitchen
by: Ellis, Merle

The butcher's guide to saving money on meat & poultry. Tools used & tricks of the trade. 216 pgs.
c. 1975, S/C...$14.95
Used, Out-Of-Print, Quantities Limited

Cy Littlebee's Guide To Cooking Fish And Game
by: Nagel, Werner

A Missouri wildlife cookbook. Handling & care of meat. Recipies for: Deer, rabbit, squirrel, raccoon, opossum, groundhog, muskrat, beaver, skunk, quail, pheasant, goose, duck, pigeon, turkey, catfish, trout, carp, other aquatic foods, stuffings, breads, dumplings, and wild plants. 144 pgs.
c. 1964, S/C...$15.00

Dog Ate It: Cooking for Yourself and Your Four-Legged Friends
by: Eckhardt, Linda West & Bradley, Barbara & Kern, Judy
Just as humans need to eat the right balance of protein, vegetables, and whole grains, so do dogs. But where do we find the time to cook special meals just for our pets when many of us struggle to feed ourselves healthfully? With The Dog Ate It, there's no need to prepare separate meals. Developed by an award-winning cookbook writer and a rancher, Tthis book is the first cookbook with recipes designed for dogs and their owners to savor together. With good nutrition guidelines for dogs of all sizes, a list of Doggie Diet Do's and Don'ts, and what foods to have on hand so you can invent your own Fido-friendly recipes, The Dog Ate It is perfect for an occasional treat or for every night. You'll learn which commercial dog foods are healthy substitutes for home-cooked grub, and even how to throw the perfect pooch party for Howl-a-Ween, Canine Christmas (Fleas Navidad), or Bowser's birthday. 143 pgs.
c. 2006, S/C...$15.00

Donut Book
by: Steinberg, Sally Levitt
The whole story in words, pictures & outrageous tales. The author covers high points in donut history: the arrival of the first donuts in America with the Dutch settlers in the 17th century, and the donut in World War I, when it became the favorite nosh of the boys in the trenches. She celebrates donut-loving celebrities, from Admiral Byrd to Bill Clinton, as well as some of the most gifted donut bakers on the planet. She visits the campus of Dunkin' Donuts University and reveals the secret that makes Krispy Kreme donuts irresistible. And she identifies the most popular donut in America (glazed) and the runner-up (chocolate). Then there are the recipes: 29 mouth-watering, soul-satisfying ways to achieve the ultimate sugar rush, from New Orleans beignets to Portuguese malasadas, from Boston crèmes to Alain Ducasse's upscale Donut. And for donut lovers who are willing to hit the road to find their favorite confection, the book comes with an illustrated Donut Lover's Guide to bakeries that serve up the lightest, fluffiest, best dressed, and tastiest donuts. Color illustrations & photos. 184 pgs.
c. 2004, S/C...$14.95

Exotic Meat Cookbook
by: Edgar, Jeanette & Godwin, Rachel

Over 100 recipes from antelope to zebra. A remarkable collection of simple, easy-to-cook recipes featuring an incredible range of exotic and unusual meats, including antelope, buffalo and bison, camel, crocodile, game birds, goat, kangaroo, mutton and veal, ostrich, rabbit and hare, venison, wild boar and zebra. 176 pages, color photos.
c. 2009, H/C...$39.95

Fabulous Poultry & Game
by: Blinn, Johna

Kitchen tested recipies guaranteed to delight your family & friends. Well over 150 recipies for cornish hens, broilers & fryers, roasters & stewing hens, capons, duckling, gamebirds & turkey.
c. 1983, S/C...$7.50
Used, Out-Of-Print, Quantities Limited
Condition: Good

Farmhouse Cookbook
by: Calabria, Jo Anne

Exciting recipies from country kitchens all over the world.

Fish & Game Cook Book
by: Botsford, Harry

A gusty array of the stories behind memorable meals, this is no mere volume of drab recipies. It has humor, absorbing inteerest mixed with rare culinary judgement. 290 pgs.
c. 1947, 1st Ed, H/C...$7.50
Used, Out-Of-Print, Quantities Limited
Condition: Very Good with dust jacket

Fresh Egg Cookbook
by: Thompson, Jennifer
Trainer Recipes for using eggs from farmers' markets, local farms and your own backyard. Also helpful hints on raising the hens from chicks. More than 100 recipes. 182 pages
c. 2012, S/C... $14.95

Frugal Gourmet Whole Family Cookbook
by: Smith, Jeff

The companion volume to the new 20-part PBS series which began airing in February, 1992, featuring what Smith considers the most important subject in the realm of food: the family. Included here are recipes, information, and lore for meals that bring the family together. 200 illustrations. 393 pgs.

Game Bird Cookery (The Complete Hunter)

From the Hunting & Fishing Library collection, this cookbook has over 150 recipes for all types of North American game birds. This book is divided into ten sections based on the type of bird (upland game bird or waterfowl), its size and the color of its meat. Turkey and pheasant are independent sections. Color photos, 127 pages
c. 1997, H/C... $19.95

Game Cookbook
by: Steindler, Geraldine

You will find everything you need to know to prepare any game - including the trimmings. Beyond the basics of field dressing, preparation, and home butchering. Includes: how to create the perfect and tastiest steaks, stews, ribs, and roasts from deer, elk, moose & caribou; how to serve upland birds, shore birds, wild ducks & geese with style; tantilizing methods of preparing fish with a flair; directions for savoring those delectable variety meats such as liver, heart, kidney & tongue; easy instruction for mixing your own sausage; hot & hearty campsite meals; big game dishes such as bear, boar, pronghorn & moutain goat; and much much more. 288 pgs.
c. 1985, Rev Ed, S/C...$14.95
Out-Of-Print, Quantities Limited
Condition: Brand New

Game Cookery
by: Humphreys, Angela

Enjoy an elegant roast mallard with Normandy sauce, a refreshing goose and avocado salad, a hearty traditional poacher's pie, or simple-to-prepare salmon steaks with sour cream. This unique cookbook features delicious ideas for preparing grouse, partridge, pheasant, duck, rabbit, venison, and other game--for everyday meals, special occasions, or barbecues. Discover an exciting gourmet way of eating. 40 illustrations. 176 pgs.

Game Cookery: 96 XIXth Century Recipies
by: Conrotto, Eugene L.

From bear to woodcock, including venison, wild duck, boar, quail, hare, snipe, and all other provender from field, forest and sky. Along with those sauces necessary to the culinary art.
c. 1971, S/C...$5.00
Used, Out-Of-Print, Quantities Limited
Condition: Good

Game In The Kitchen: Cookery for Nimrods, Anglers and Their Friends
by: Flood, Barbara

A what-to-do and how-to-do book of game preservation, preparation, cooking and serving. It tells how to dress game, how to prevent spoilage, how to skin a rabbit, how to pluck birds, how to clean and scale fish, how to tell the age and tenderness of a bird, and what seasonings, garnishings, marinades, sauces and wines to use. 234 pgs.
c. 1968, H/C...$10.00
Used, Out-Of-Print, Quantities Limited

Great American Bake Sale
by: Boteler, Alison

Cakes, tarts, cookies, brownies, pies, breads, recipies for nearly 100 delicacies. 200 pgs.

Great American Brand Name Baking

Recipies including Philadelphia cream cheese, Hershey's, Eagle Brand, Crisco.

Great Meat Recipies

Recipies using traditional British rare breeds - pork, lamb, beef, poultry. 96 pgs.

Grillin' & Chili'n'
by: Fiduccia, Katie

Serves up eighty winning recipes that willhave family and friends begging for more. There are recipes for marinated steaks, ribs, burgers, and sausages, including Balsamic Buck Steaks, One-for-the-Road Moose Ribs, Thai Pita Burgers, and Dijon Venisin Sausage Kebobs. You'll also find superb chili recepies from the easy -to-prepare Quike-Fix Venison Chili to the slow-cooked Sloppy Does. Recipes that incorporate chili as a main ingredient are also features, such as Venison Pronto Chili Taco Salad, Chili Shepard's Pie, and even Mini Chili Cupcakes! Also included are some no-fail meals. 192 pgs.
c. 2003, H/C...$22.95

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