Cooking BLACK BEAR in the FOREST | WILD Fresh Smoked Fish | ASMR (Silent)

Black bear is very common in Northern Ontario, Canada. Harvesting black bear is important to keep the heard balanced. Black bears will pray on moose calves. We are preparing a gambrel to help hold the bear up for processing. The stick is being inserted just under the Achilles tendon. Now the animal can be made […]

Little Caesars NEW Bacon Wrapped Deep Deep Dish Pizza Review

Hello everyone, this is running on empty food review Well, hello, ladies and gentlemen and everyone watching This is running on empty food review and I am your host the report of the week So we are back at it again with another food review and this is a pizza review and if you’ve watched […]

How to Wash Dishes in the Backcountry: Leave No Trace Skills Series

Hi, I’m Donielle with the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics. Dirty dishwater can pollute our lakes, rivers, and streams, which is why Leave No Trace always recommends doing your dishes 200 feet or 70 big steps away from any water source. Today we’re going to show you the one-bucket dish system, perfect for […]

RED FOX Catch, Clean, Cook in DEEP SNOW! | Primitive Bowdrill in the FOREST

I am setting wire snares mainly in search of snowshoe hare which are very common here. Snowshoe hare are dual phase, and will turn brown in the summer. I accidentally caught this red fox in the snare. Red fox are also very common. It’s pelt is not as valuable as it was before, because people […]

Venison Chimichangas recipe

One of the really wonderful things about venison is its versatility. You can substitute it for just about any meat…and turn an old favorite into something new, healthy and delicious. Today, we’re doing just that: adding a little spice to your life, with venison chimichangas! Place one to two pounds of cubed venison in a […]

Turkey Tortilla Soup recipe

Today, we’re going to work up everybody’s cold-weather favorite: hot soup! This is one of my favorite recipes. The seasonings would be excellent with any game bird… but it’s a wonderful way to make left-over turkey into a spectacular lunch! In a soup pot, bring a quart of chicken broth to a boil. Add 2 […]

Recipe: Pecan-crusted Crappie

When the conditions are right, there’s nothing better than catching a mess of crappie. The exception might be tasting the rewards of your catch… especially if it’s a pecan-crusted recipe that we’ll fix for you today. It’s a dish that’s not only great for crappie and other panfish… but also catfish. And, it’s also easy […]

Venison Philly Sandwich

If you’ve been advised to cut back on red meat…you may think life as you know it is over. But if you substitute heart-healthy venison for beef, you can still enjoy your favorite dishes…like Philly steak sandwiches! Take 2 pounds of venison round steak and slice into very thin pieces using a sharp knife. It’s […]

Lamb’s Quarter Quiche

One of the great things about Missouri is that there are wonderful foods growing wild all around us. For example, this is lamb’s quarters. It makes a good substitute for lettuce or spinach, and can be gathered from April to November. Today, we’ll show you how to use it for a terrific quiche. You’ll need […]

Fish Chowder

Today I’ve got the perfect recipe for a chilly autumn or winter day; it’s a Midwest twist to New England clam chowder. We’re using northern pike, but you can choose any strongly flavored fish like buffalo, catfish, or even carp. You’ll need about four and a half cups of flaked fish. Cook filets 20-30 minutes […]