Wild Alaska Game

While we absolutely love fishing in Alaska, there is one thing we like even more…hunting for Alaska wild game!  As Alaskans have for generations, we hunt to provide healthy, 100% organic, 100% wild meat for our family. It’s not about the trophy for us–it’s all about the great tasting meat. Moose, Caribou, Sitka Blacktail Deer, Ptarmigan, Ducks, Geese, and Grouse are the main protein sources that sustain us in addition to our wild salmon, halibut and other fish. We know how lucky we are–especially in this modern world of over-processed, “enhanced”, and altered meat from the “meat factories” of America.  So join us if you can in enjoying Wild Alaska Game or wild game from your own region with the recipes that follow!

Uncle Jim’s Teriyaki Wild Game Rollups

By | October 21st, 2017|Categories: Wild Alaska Game|

My namesake Uncle Jim shared this recipe with me several years ago when our family escaped the cold and spent part of winter and Christmas with he and Auntie Kerry on the Big Island. He [...]

Venison Wild Rice French Onion Soup

By | January 26th, 2017|Categories: Wild Alaska Game|

A hearty winter favorite of our family on the Last Frontier, the basis of this recipe is credited to my Mom, though we've improved it over the years by adding Minnesota wild rice and seared [...]

Holiday Meatballs

By | January 26th, 2017|Categories: Wild Alaska Game|

This recipe came from Grandma Suzy, and possibly before that from Auntie Madeline of France, and the original name may have been "French Meatballs".  We call them "Holiday Meatballs" because we make them two or [...]

Moose Rouladen

By | June 19th, 2016|Categories: Wild Alaska Game|

One of my all time favorite dinners in late fall or winter, aka the "Comfort Food Season", is Rouladen...beef, chicken, pork are all good, but pheasant, venison, elk and my absolute favorite Moose Rouladen can't [...]