Thursday, October 27, 2011

Quick, Easy Method to Make Jerky in Your Oven

Finished jerky
Maybe you had a successful hunting season, and ended up with lots of meat to experiment on. Or possibly, the idea is to learn another do-it-yourself skill, so you can make a healthy snack for the kids’ lunches.
Regardless of your motivation, preppers, survivalists and folks looking for a way to preserve meat for long term storage should learn how to make jerky. Like any survival technique, it may be one of those skills that could prove to be vital sometime down the road.
This recipe can be done in your kitchen in about two hours. Click here to read how!

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Blake Miller's "Best Jerky in Central Oregon" Recipe

Blake's recipe is great!
Those of us who are getting ready for hunting season know that energy in the field is a vital part of the whole experience. Healthy snacks keep you from getting hungry. Prolonged calorie deficit means you’ll start to get weak. That can affect your ability to maintain your body heat and keep moving.
Besides, who wants to go outdoors and be miserable! Here is GPS and land navigation expert Blake Miller’s jerky recipe. The meat should be completely covered by the mixture, so I’m not sure just how many pounds this recipe might be good for!
Click here to read the entire recipe!

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Make a Green Stick Tripod for Campfire Cooking

Some of the most valuable survival tools are simple, useful methods of doing everyday tasks! 
When it comes to cooking during a survival situation, you may only have a metal pot or cast iron skillet for a culinary utensil. Holding a panful of food over a campfire to get just the right temperature can be really tiring!
In this entry, you'll learn how to make  a green stick tripod to solve that problem!

To read the story, click here.

To view the video, click here.

Friday, July 29, 2011

Wild Game Stir Fry

This is a great small game ingredient!
My family loves stir-fried rice and this is a great survival meal that takes a minimum of  preparation and ingredients. You can use virtually any game meat, as long as it can be cut into thin strips.
This recipe is a particularly good choice if you don’t have much meat, a store of staples and several people to feed. And it’s easy to stretch – just add more cooked rice, vegetables and/or meat or whatever you have. 

How to Cook Trout in Foil

Here's the start of a great, simple and tasty survival food meal!
Foil wrapped trout are easy to cook and enjoy!
Does your area have stocked fishing ponds for kids? Here is a great fishing and cooking method to “hook” the youngsters!
While catch-and-release is a good philosophy and sound resource management, some areas are stocked specifically so anglers can keep and eat some. 

With the right recipe, cooking trout or various panfish can produce delectable, simple meals loved by kids and adults!  
Click here to read the recipe!