Get easy and delicious recipes for cooking wild game and fish from Ontario OUT of DOORS.
My friend took me fishing for burbot (also known as freshwater ling and eelpout) and now I’m hooked. The sweet, firm meat makes tasty little fried nuggets.
Nothing says winter around my house like tourtière. I use a blend of venison, pork, and veal but feel free to make your own mix with moose, elk, or any other flavourful game meat.
This tasty and healthy venison jerky makes a great snack whether you're on a hunt or on the water. The recipe is best with a dehydrator but a low-heat setting in an oven will do the trick too.
These tasty burgers are a great way to cook some of your fresh speckles. If OOD Senior Editor and brook trout aficionado, Gord Ellis, asks, it’s salmon.
After a long day on the water, turn your hard-earned walleye into this creamy, cheesy fondue dip that will have everyone asking for more bread. It's sure to be a hit!
Summer means taco time! These crunchy perch tacos will be a hit at any outdoor gathering.
Lake herring (also called cisco) filets are pressed onto a thin slice of baguette and seared on both sides. These tasty appetizers go wonderfully with...
These individual-sized pies are filled with tender whitefish and simmered root vegetables in a creamy filling that’s perfect for those long winter nights.
There is nothing simpler or better than a steaming bowl of chili.