Drool worthy food, delicious recipes and Julie Golob’s own wild game #fieldtofork recipes.
Quiche may sound fancy, but it’s a great throw together dish for a weekend breakfast or brunch. That’s exactly what I did last Saturday when I cleaned out the fridge. Though some people love that flakey dough, I actually prefer a crustless quiche. For mine, I used fresh spinach, feta, Canadian bacon and Mexican cheese. How’s that […]
Interested in butchering your own deer? Processing venison can be intimidating and time consuming but if you want to give it a try without investing in specialized meat processing equipment, start with making your own steaks from the backstrap. The backstrap of a deer runs along the length of the spine from the neck to the […]
We’re in our 3rd month of living in temporary housing with the bare bones in dishes, utensils and cooking gear. The apartment kitchen is also tiny and I won’t lie, it’s been a challenge cooking for my husband and the kiddos. I am so glad I made sure our trusty crockpot stayed with us because I have put […]
We all have our favorite kitchen tools, the ones that make our lives easier and produce exactly the results we are looking for. They make us feel like culinary superstars — like Alton Brown, Michael Symon or Alexandra Guarnaschelli. They are our very own sous chefs, our personal assistants that make the job easier. Read the […]
Dekalb, IL – It’s all about plates in this episode of Gun Girl Radio and we’re not talking steel targets, but rather favorite food dishes! Tune in as hosts Randi Rogers and Julie Golob take a break from guns and shooting and share what they love to eat both on and off the range. As […]
Print Game Day Wild Game Nacho Chili Bowl A quick and too easy crockpot venison recipe perfect for game day, Cinco de Mayo or any time you’re in the mood for the heat and crunch of this field to fork style Mexican classic. Author: Julie Golob Cuisine: Mexican Recipe type: Appetizer Serves: 8 Prep time: 30 mins Cook […]
Venison Faux Pho is one of the first recipes I posted on my blog, but how I make this delightful Vietnamese noodle soup has gone through quite an evolution. Since that post I have added more spices and lightened up the broth. It’s still quick and easy to make, something important to me as a […]