by anthony kashiwsky February 12, 2023
Whether you are getting together to root for the Philadelphia Eagles, the Kansas City Chiefs or could care less about the game, one common theme is the food.
Now I could bore you with a long, annoying story for each recipe, or we can just jump right into the good stuff.
From the classic chicken wing, to spicing things up with wild game recipes, here are some our favorites at Loose Cannon Outdoors.
Smoked Chicken Wings
Wings are one of the easiest foods to smoke on gameday. They can take on just about any flavor, can be sauced or dry rubbed, but here is how I do mine.
Optionally, instead of the oven, toss onto a grill or bump your smoker up to 450 degs.
This is a crowd favorite everywhere we go. The nice thing about smoked queso is there are so many different ways to do it. It's never the same every time, but here is generally what I do.
A classic Burger on a slider bun - super easy, but also super delicious. Just make a bunch of small patties, and on the side, cut up some lettuce, tomato, onion, and pickles.
This recipe is a little more time consuming, but it is well worth the wait. First, you need to corn some meat. Pictured above is corned Sirloin from a whitetail. As for the recipe for corning, I recommend following Hank Shaw’s recipe, for there is no reason to try and reinvent the wheel. (Corned Venison Recipe - How to Make Corned Venison | Hank Shaw (honest-food.net))
After corning the meat, slice thin, add some swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and some homemade Russian sauce.
There are so many ways to make chili. Most of the time I make it with whatever ingredients I just happen to have on hand.
I have to give credit where credit is due. These steelhead were smoked using Hank Shaw’s Candied Salmon Recipe. (Candied Salmon Recipe - How to Make Salmon Candy | Hank Shaw (honest-food.net)
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