Vermejo- Forest to Table Event
Wilderness to Table Blog
by Bri Van Scotter
1y ago
Wilderness to Table: a title of a blog site I created to share my wild game recipes. But little did I know that it would soon be my lifestyle. Harvesting food myself, cooking it and serving it to my family has been one of the most rewarding things I have ever done. . . until I found myself in New Mexico. I was asked to be a guest chef/guide for Vermejo, a Ted Turner Reserve in New Mexico, for the second annual woman’s Forest to Table event. I walked in thinking, yeah this will be fun, even though I have done these types of events before. However, this event hit me completely differently. Let’s ..read more
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3 Easy Mignonettes for Oysters
Wilderness to Table Blog
by Bri Van Scotter
2y ago
If you have been following my Instagram lately then you will have already noticed the abundance of oysters on my feed! I can’t help it, I absolutely love oysters! And with summer coming up there is nothing better than a cold glass of white wine, oysters and friends, if a beach is involved, well then its even better! I can eat oysters without anything on them, I think their natural flavors are amazing as is. But sometimes a great mignonette can take them to a whole new level of awesomeness! So here are my 3 go-to mignonette recipes that I absolutely love! I prefer to serve mine with a glass of ..read more
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Why is it important to keep your grill clean?
Wilderness to Table Blog
by Bri Van Scotter
2y ago
If you have been following me, then you know I’m usually always grilling something. The grill/smoker is the second most used appliance in my household with the stove top coming in first place. As a professional chef I’ve had many restaurant years of making sure cooking utensils and work areas are held to high sanitary guidelines. So it’s only natural for me to carry that over into my home kitchen to say I am OCD about it is an understatement. I treat my kitchen like the health inspector will walk in at any moment during dinner service. LOL! Thus I make sure I turn to outstanding cleaning prod ..read more
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My New Cookbook: the Complete Wild Game Cookbook
Wilderness to Table Blog
by Bri Van Scotter
2y ago
I’M SO EXCITED! Holy Smokes it has been one hell of a year! On top of Covid and everything else 2020 has thrown at me, I managed to write a kick-ass cookbook! Oh my goodness the writing process was no joke! I learned so much, I cried, I burnt fingers, I messed up, I nailed it and everything else in between. But my baby is finally here and you can now pre-order my book! It’s crazy to even see my work on Amazon right now, and I don’t know if I should cry or scream for joy… who am I kidding, I’m doing both! I hope ya’ll love this book as much as I do! When I say my heart and soul went into it, it ..read more
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Rye Bourbon Molasses Cookies
Wilderness to Table Blog
by Bri Van Scotter
2y ago
These cookies are everything I never knew I needed. When I took to Instagram to ask about holiday cookies and what recipe you all wanted to see, the number one cookie was molasses cookies! Yes, and I will admit it took me by surprise just a bit. I didn’t know molasses cookies were such a holiday favorite. My usual go-to Christmas cookies are oatmeal and chocolate chip (crazy I know, lol). So, the people spoke and I was off to create my version of one hell of a good molasses cookie, and boy did I take the challenge seriously! So serious that I modeled the cookie based off of my favorite drink ..read more
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Herb Crusted Rack of Venison
Wilderness to Table Blog
by Bri Van Scotter
2y ago
ITS BEGINNING TO LOOK A LOT LIKE HUNTING SEASON! Hunting season is almost upon us, which means you better start thinking about what you would like to start eating! Well, I have some amazing ideas for you. If you received the latest copy of Hook & Barrel Magazine then you have already seem the recipe for my beautiful Herb Crusted Rack of Venison! But if you live too far away and can’t get your hands on a copy don’t worry I have a link that will make you super happy, just click below! Get the Recipe HERE ..read more
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Free Diving for Spiny Lobster
Wilderness to Table Blog
by Bri Van Scotter
2y ago
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Duck Burger with Caramelized Red Wine Onions
Wilderness to Table Blog
by Bri Van Scotter
2y ago
After a busy week, nothing beats a tender, juicy burger, hot off the grill. Except, maybe, this fresh and delicious take on the American classic, made with ground duck meat, red wine caramelized onions, blue cheese sauce and a Brussels sprouts slaw.  Part of what makes this burger so uniquely delicious is how it’s cooked — which, by the way, isn’t on a grill at all. Instead, this recipe calls for cast-iron cooking.  It starts with the onions, which are caramelized over medium-high heat in a mixture of unsalted butter and red wine. I recommend using a cabernet, which is known for its ..read more
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Chili Crisp: The condiment you never knew you needed in your life!
Wilderness to Table Blog
by Bri Van Scotter
2y ago
If you know, you know about the powers of Chili Crisp! This Asian condiment has a cult following and for good reason too! It’s absolutely amazing. It has an awesome blend of sweet meet savoury thing going for it, that makes it taste great on everything. You may have seen that I just included it on my tuna post on Instagram. It is amazing and I can’t sing its praises enough! This is rather simple and easy to make as well. The worst part will be peeling all that garlic BUT it’s completely worth it, trust me! I like to add chili crisp to anything and everything, eggs, steak, chicken, avocado toa ..read more
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Clean Yo Kitchen!
Wilderness to Table Blog
by Bri Van Scotter
2y ago
I’ve worked in the restaurant industry for years and I am beyond familiar with the health inspector. So much so that I still have a fear that the health inspector will come into my house and write me up for something! LOL! So, if any of you know me you know my home kitchen is ran like the health inspector could show up at any moment. But my fear is rightfully so, because there are over 17,000 bacteria per square inch in your sink alone! There are over 13,000 bacteria on your tap handles. The vast majority of these bacteria are harmless but they are also hotbeds for dangerous bacteria such as ..read more
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