One of the friends I follow on Facebook is Jodi Smith. Jodi runs the website Wild Kitchen – a recipe site for lovers of wild game. Need a pork recipe, you can find it there. Need a venison recipe, take your pick. Need a snake dish, I’m sure that’s somewhere there as well. But I’m not even about to look.
So yesterday I sent Jodi a private message asking if she she’d like to share a recipe on The Hunter’s Wife in my recipe category. I’ve had this page for years with a few simple recipes and thought I’d start adding more.
So I said;
Would love it if you shared a recipe on my site. Do you have something quick and easy with a picture? Of course linking back to Wild Kitchen.
And Jodi’s response;
How about this one – Venison Pepper Cubesteak
That sounds like a perfect dish for my outdoor readers.
But when I clicked on the link I saw the recipe and this photo …
Now, I’m sure most of my wonderful outdoor friends probably thought – yum venison.
He looks mighty tasty.
But for those of us that don’t go in the scary woods or hunt our soon to be supper, we look at the picture and think …
Oh no see did not.
I think someones been in the cooking wine.
Or smoking a little wacky weedy kitchen herbs.
When I said recipe with a photo I didn’t mean a photo of the big guy.
I meant a photo of the actual yummy dish.
The dish where us non-hunters never have to think about what’s on our plate.
Or how it got there.
Or what store provided it where they don’t hurt animals.
Have a good day all!
And P.S. – Please remember this is a humor blog. And I had fish for dinner last night. That I caught all by myself. That my husband chopped up. But I didn’t watch.
And thank you Jodi Smith ~ Wild Kitchen ~ Woman for the laugh yesterday.
Be sure to follow Wild Kitchen on Facebook.
Bon appetit and pass the cooking wine.