You'll go wild for these crockpot recipes. Venison steaks, cornish hens, or wild duck - we've got your wild game covered.
Rock Cornish hens are a cross between a Cornish chicken and a White Rock chicken. They are at most 2 1/2 pounds. Their small size makes them ideal for the crockpot.
Duck turns out tender and flavorful when slow cooked in the crock pot
The thigh of the chicken is quite possibly the most tender part. While it is fattier than the breast meat, it is more flavorful and holds up the best in the crockpot.
The addition of chicken to these dips makes them a great choice for serious snackers. Think of it as chicken salad on a cracker.
These recipes are tailored to large groups. Perfect for church events, fundraisers, work parties, or just when you need to feed a lot of people at once.
Ham goes great in pasta, which is why we have so many recipes to choose from. Try a tettrazzini, baked pasta casserole, or a hammy mac and cheese.
One dish meals at their best. Choose from simple family dinners or casseroles that are classy enough to serve to guests.
All your favorite bar cocktails (including some non-alcoholic versions). Martinis, cosmos, even jello shots. Cheers!