When it comes to venison, I'm partial to roasts, chops and stir fry dishes, but I came across a recipe on Babe Winkelman's website this week that caught my attention. The recipe features ground venison as the main ingredient. The recipe for Venison Pizza Bake No. 8 comes from Kris Winkelman, who hosts the "Kris' Kitchen" segment on husband Babe's outdoors TV show. The easy-to-prepare recipe looks like the perfect dish either for hunting camp or those cold winter days when there's a need for comfort food.
Another Minnesota walleye opener is in the books, and by all accounts, anglers were able to put at least a few fish in the boat despite less than favorable weather. Fishing season is continuous in North Dakota, and the return of warmer weather should mean even better walleye action as May enters the homestretch. Regardless of where you fish, it's hard to go wrong with fresh walleye. The standard deep-fried or pan-fried approach is tasty, of course, but it's also fun to experiment on occasion.
Moose season is underway in some North Dakota hunting units, and this recipe from Kris Winkelman of Babe Winkelman Productions would be worth checking out for hunters who are successful in filling their once-in-a-lifetime license in the state. "Who doesn't love spaghetti?" says Winkelman, who hosts the "Kris' Kitchen" segment on husband Babe's outdoors TV show. "I have yet to meet one person.
With walleye and northern pike season now open in Minnesota and fishing in full swing across North Dakota, these recipes from Kris Winkelman of Babe Winkelman Productions are worth checking out if you're looking for different ways to prepare that catch of the day. The first recipe features walleyes, while the second offers a tasty option for preparing northern pike, one of the most underrated freshwater fish that swims when it comes to table fare.
W ith early Canada goose seasons now underway across North Dakota and Minnesota, successful hunters will be looking for options to prepare the abundant waterfowl. This recipe for Asian goose from Kris Winkelman of Babe Winkelman Productions adds a spicy, oriental touch to the wild game table. Goose, noodles and soy sauce are the main ingredients, and after six hours in a Crock-Pot, dinner is served. Here’s a closer look:
Venison is a perfect stir fry ingredient, and this recipe from Kris Winkelman, who hosts the “Kris’ Kitchen” segment on husband Babe’s outdoors TV show, puts a new twist on the old standard.