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					3 Small Game Recipes that You Can
          Make on Site
•        Ever gotten suddenly hungry on a bowhunting trip
    without a packed lunch? If so, learning a few simple recipes
    that can be readily prepared on the campsite is what you
    need.
                       Simple Rabbit Stew

                           Ingredients:

•   1 Rabbit                      • 2 tbsp. Tomato Paste or
•   2 Onions                        Ketchup
•   2 Celery Stalks               • 1 Cayenne Pepper (or none
•   1 Green Pepper                  if you like it mild)
•   Salt and Pepper               • 1 Cup of Water or Tomato
                                    Sauce
•   2-3 Cloves of Garlic
                                  • 1 tbsp. of Oregano
•   1-2 Carrots
                                  • 1 tbsp. of Parsley
•       Preparation:
•
•       Dice the onions and garlic then cut up the celery, carrots,
    and the rabbit. Sauté the onions, garlic, and the rabbit then
    add the salt and pepper (sprinkle the salt and pepper
    according to your taste). When the rabbit is nearly cooked
    thoroughly, add in the chosen liquid (tomato sauce or water)
    then add the rest of the ingredients.
•
•       In bowhunting trips, this is a fairly easy dish to make
    because it’s a soup-based dish. The ingredients are also
    simple enough and the preparation is easy.
•       Grilled Barbeque Pheasant
•
•       Ingredients:
                         Excalibur Right Stuff Scope Accessory Package
•
•   2 Pheasants
•   Bay Leaves
•   Salt and Pepper
•   Barbeque Sauce



                        Features:
                        - Compatible With: Exomax, Exocet 200,
                        Phoenix and Vixen II in Realtree Hardwoods
                        - Equinox, Vortex, and Ibex in Realtree AP
• Barbeque Sauce
•      Preparation:
•      Cut up the pheasants’ backbones and take it out. Season
  the pheasants with bay leaves, salt, and pepper. Set the grill
  up only filling half of it with burning charcoal. Place the
  pheasants on the other side opposite of the charcoal then
  cover it. The trick here is, the slower you cook the pheasants,
  the better they will taste (not to mention tenderer). Next,
  brush the pheasants with barbeque sauce then flip it over
  then brush it again. Once the pheasants are charred and
  tender, place them on a plate and pour the barbeque sauce
  on it or set the barbeque sauce as a dip in a bowl.
•
•      This is a simple bowhunting recipe. With just a few spices
  and a grill, you’re all set to prepare a tasty dish.
•       Slow Cooked Pot Squirrel         Summit Bucksteps Tree Steps
•
•       Ingredients:
•
•   2 Squirrels
•   2 tbsp. Lemon Juice
•   2 Cloves of Garlic
•   1 tsp. Ground Ginger
•   Salt and Pepper
•   4 tbsp. Water
•   4 tbsp. Soy Sauce
•   1 tbsp. Sugar



                                   Features:
                                   -Stand Weight: 11 lbs. (full set)
                                   -Tree Size: 8-20"
                                   -Weight Limit: 260 lbs.
•         Preparation
•
•        Cook the squirrels in the pot until the meat can be
    separated from the bones. Take off the bones and resume
    cooking the squirrels then add the remaining ingredients. To
    thicken the sauce, add some flour or cornstarch.
•
•      This recipe is fairly easy and quick to prepare on
    bowhunting trips which makes it a great choice to opt for.

    Summit Seat-O-The-Pants Safety
    Rope/Lineman's Belt

    Features:
    - Prusik Knot
    - Safety Rope
    - 10510 Lineman's Clip
    - 83011 Locking Clip

				
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Description: Ever gotten suddenly hungry on a bowhunting trip without a packed lunch? If so, learning a few simple recipes that can be readily prepared on the campsite is what you need.