As the weather cools down, warm up around the campfire or your dinner table with this tasty recipe.
Take care of those Thanksgiving leftovers with this soup and sandwich recipe, and this soup freezes great.
Spice up your Thanksgiving bird this year by deep-frying it with this great recipe.
As the weather cools, keep your family warm with this savory soup.
Here's a great recipe that you can make up the night before and pop in the oven when you get home.
This healthy recipe is sure to please the whole family while showing them the joys of eating wild bounty.
Want to create a burger that is lower in cholesterol and fat, especially when prepared over the open flame of a charcoal grill? Try this turkey burger recipe served piled high with tomatos, red onions and pickles on a Kaiser bun dressed with homemade honey mustard and a side of fries at your next cookout.
Xtreme JAKES member Corey Slater of Mars, Pa., sent in this delicious recipe for turkey pot pies.
Are your Thanksgiving meal plans still up in the air? Stop worrying. The members of the National Wild Turkey Federation have come to the rescue! Folks from across the country share their favorite recipes to make a complete Thanksgiving feast.
This hearty dish is sure to stick to your ribs especially on those rainy days. Want to fill up an army of hungry little troopers? This recipe is sure to be a hit for the entire family.
Stir-fry dishes are always a good choice when faced with feeding a family. Like the domestic chicken, turkey meat is a good choice for stir-fry dishes, and can add that extra flavor "kick" to a stir-fry recipe.
This great recipe is a perfect comfort food for this time of year. It adds a kick to any lunch or dinner.
Summer is the perfect time to get together with friends. This dish will have everyone asking for the recipe.
This recipe is the perfect way to spice up your supper and get rid of some of that leftover Thanksgiving turkey just sitting there in your refrigerator. There are many variations to this traditional South of the Border meal. Any way you like it, it's sure to be a hit.
This simple recipe is a great alternative to roasting or broiling your turkey for Thanksgiving. Though it may take a bit longer to prepare, the wait is definitely worth it.
The following recipe came from NWTF members Jason and Cheryl Chmielewski of Port St. Lucie, Fla. The dish is an elegant creation of sweet ingredients that brings out the full flavor of the turkey without overpowering it. It is a very simple dish that comes out looking like you spent hours in the kitchen.
Using different vegetables each time you cook it can change the taste or brighten the color of your turkey fried rice. Some examples are using red bell peppers instead of green, or cauliflower instead of broccoli. A stove-top wok works best for mixing the vegetables as they cook.
This recipe is sure to give that perfect punch without taking too much away from the pocketbook. These wild turkey rolls can be used as an appetizer, snack or main course to any meal.