Experts offers tips for cooking wild game

Experts offers tips for cooking wild game

FILE - In this December 2006 file photo, a ring-neck pheasant cock and two hens nibble on the fruits of a Russian Olive tree in Arbon Valley, Idaho. The best part of a successful hunt isn't the antlers _ no matter how impressive - that hang on your wall for years to come. It's the months of delicious, organic meat in the case of deer and elk, and the smaller but equally flavorful bounty that game birds provide. (Bill Schaefer/The Idaho State Journal via AP, File)

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