How Do You Cook Wild Game Like Filet Mignon Mallard Duck?
I searched ehow and there aren’t very many recipes for cooking Wild Game that I could see. I have a very old cookbook typed up by Rubbermaid Employees (not dated, but probably done in the 1960’s or 1970’s according to the way cooking was mentioned. There is no instruction for microwave cooking anywhere in the 527 page book.) I figured ehow users may be looking for Wild Game Recipes, so I want to share the ones in this recipe book in case any Wild Game hunters out there happen to need some at some point. I personally don’t eat Wild Game, but that doesn’t stop me from sharing the recipes I have with someone who does. This recipe is for cooking Filet Mignon Mallard Duck in a Butter-Beer Sauce. Have fun and Happy Cooking! Take 2 dressed and cleaned Mallard ducks and cut into serving peices. Remove skin and fat. Sprinkle duck pieces with pepper, and garlic powder. Place an ungreased well-seasoned cast iron skillet on stove and turn up heat. When hot, cover the bottom of the skillet with coa