Wild Meat

Americans Are Eating More Alligator

Demand for gator meat is up, and so is the price
May 11, 2015 10:00 am

Increased demand for alligator meat has reportedly caused prices to double over the past three years. Restaurants are now paying $12 to $15 per pound for this lean serpentine protein. But don’t go calling it the new pork just yet.

Irish Delight: Rabbit And Cider Stew Recipe

Got rabbit? Got cider? Celebrate the Irish way.
Mar 18, 2015 12:00 pm
Photo: Tara Fisher

Gearing up to make Irish food? Look no further than renowned chef/author Clodagh McKenna. Her latest book, Clodagh’s Irish Kitchen, updates classic Irish dishes for the global palate. Basically, you won’t be boiling any beef (or if you do, it’ll be for a good reason). Catch yourself a rabbit and make a dish that’s as authentic as it is delicious. 

My Little Pony Burger Is A Thing In Holland And It Is Made With Real Horse Meat

Dutch food truck also sells pigeon, parakeet
Mar 11, 2015 10:30 am

Horses used to be a common pet in the Netherlands. At least until economic calamity struck in 2011, forcing many owners to get rid of their equine friends because of the high cost of keeping them. So where did many of these unwanted steeds end up? Why, the butcher, of course. And now the so-called My Little Pony Burger is a popular menu item make that the most popular menu item — at the Kitchen of the Unwanted Animal, a food truck and specialty food supplier in Amsterdam.

MeatEater Debuts Podcast, Airs A Burger-Cooking Special Tonight

Steven Rinella and the "extended bullshit session"
Jan 29, 2015 4:30 pm

MeatEater host Steven Rinella has been quite busy lately. He debuted his podcast last week, chatting with many of his show's frequent guests about a variety of hunting and fishing topics. MeatEater is also airing a burger-cooking special tonight. More information, right this way.

Venison Is Tasty But Tricky: Here's How To Turn Your Fresh Kill Into Killer Tacos

Tenderize it, don't criticize it
Nov 11, 2014 2:00 pm

If you hunt, or you're at least lucky enough to have a generous hunter in your life, you already know that deer meat can be tasty as a roast, a steak, stir-fry, meatballs, burgers, sausages and more — just as long as you cook it properly. Laurie Woolever shows us how it's done. With tortillas.

15 Crispy, Fatty, Unctuous Reasons We Love Eating Every Part Of The Duck

Hunting, searing, curing, confit-ing and eating
Aug 1, 2014 9:00 am

There are just so many reasons to love eating duck. It's certainly a versatile protein, capable of being fried up into nuggets, stuffed into Chinese pancakes and turned into bacon. That's right, duck bacon! It's also one of the most fruit-friendly proteins out there (no offense, pork), pairing seamlessly with apple, pineapple and even Orangina. You had...

Reminder: Pangolin Meat Is Still Illegal

Why are scaly anteaters tasty enough to traffic?
Apr 22, 2013 3:02 pm

Over the weekend, a Chinese boat carrying 10,000 pounds of illegal scaly anteater meat was discovered stranded on a reef in the Phillippines in the worst possible place for a boat full of poachers and their haul: a marine wildlife UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site. And they damaged a bunch of the reef. So however you think your Monday's going...

Duck Breasts With Apples And Caraway Recipe

Add a sweet touch to your wild meat this holiday
Nov 27, 2012 4:01 pm
duck breast with apples
Photo: Christopher Hirsheimer

In this recipe, we treat the apples like pan-roasted potatoes. If you buy duck breasts on their own, they’ll probably be larger than those you’d get from a whole duck that you cut up yourself. Keep that in mind as you cook them; they may need a little more time in the pan.


Follow Food Republic

Check out our Ultimate Hot Dog Style Guide
Remember the 3 A's: aphrodisiac, absinthe, America
Ceramic wall planters help brighten a small space
A Mexican twist with mezcal and hibiscus petals
From low-cost to the Cadillac model
A stylish rooftop arrives in Dupont Circle
About Us | Advertise With Us | Contact Us | RSS | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use
© 2013 Food Republic. All rights reserved.