Many major fast food restaurants currently advertising on television have added hooks to their current run of commercials. The lure is their fish sandwiches. "Kentucky Afield" is getting in on the act. The only difference is that host Tim Farmer hopes you'll catch your own and prepare it with the show's special sweet batter recipe. The flavor is guaranteed to sway even the most skeptical skipper.
Grilling some Cajun Bacon-wrapped wild Turkey & Deer. I like to use Tony Chachere's Creole seasoning on almost everything I cook. This is a great recipe not just for deer and turkey but also for beef, chicken, pork, etc. If you can cut a pocket into the meat, stuff it and put it on the grill I guarentee it will taste good. The Cajun Dirty Rice can be made by watching Justin Wilson make his on taaral's YouTube Channel. I make mine just a bit different using ground deer, pork sausage and ground wild turkey.