This New Cookbook features recipes from the Louisiana Sportsman Magazine's since 1986. This is what you asked for, with lots of extra tips and recipes. Over 300 recipes fill the pages of this very usable cookbook. The collection includes many that are readers' favorites plus others that are gathered together for your ultimate enjoyment.
Awesome Appetizers, Soups and Gumbos, Sauces and Spices, Salads and Vegetables, Bountiful Breads, Fabulous Fish, Scrumptious Seafood, Sandwiches and Jambalayas, Wild Game and Meat, and Delicious Desserts are yours for the making in this cookbook from Cajun country. Thank you for your part in making this exciting cookbook possible. And, if you see your picture..it's because those that cook got their picture took!View full product details
Following on the heels of the wildly popular Trout Masters: How Louisiana’s Best Anglers Catch the Lunkers (released in 2009), Jerald Horst's latest book details how 13 of the most-popular fishing guides catch speckled trout day in, day out. Trout Masters Too: How the Pros Do It is jammed with detailed fishing information that is sure to improve the success of the average fisherman. And every chapter contains a fishing calendar and detailed map of specific fishing locations. Trout Masters Too: How the Pros Do It is a "must-read" for every serious speckled trout fisherman, especially if trophy trout are a target.View full product details
In Louisiana Whitetails, biologist David Moreland gives the specific steps Louisiana hunters need to take to grow bigger deer on their property, and he tells them how to pattern these trophy bucks to ensure success when the season rolls around. You WILL grow and kill bigger bucks after reading this book and implementing its suggestions.View full product details
When Leon Mattes reeled in a lunker of a speckled trout in May 1950, he could never have guessed that the fish would stand as Louisiana's state record for more than half a century. But today, with that 12.38-pound speck having reached epic status, 14 anglers have set themselves on a course to conquer Louisiana's fishing Everest. Each has the same goal, but the chosen and chiseled means are as varied as the determined men and women who have selected them. These are Louisiana's best anglers, and odds are, one of them will eventually push Mr. Mattes to No. 2.View full product details
The book features more than 100 recipes for game, fish, fowl and shellfish - some of which have run in North Carolina Sportsman in the monthly recipe column he co-authors. But plenty of new dishes have been added, including "Cobia Fingers", "St. Elmo's Fire", "Ginger Tuna", "Venison Steak and Biscuits", and "Philly Baked Duck"
Conti, a native of Summerville, S.C., who now lives in Wilson, started cooking at age 4 when he put a plastic frying pan on a hot stovetop and nearly caused a fire. He has developed a reputation as a top-notch cook of fish and game, and has held cooking seminars at fishing shows and schools in both Carolinas.
"I have learned that all game - fish, fowl or big game - is not created equal, and thus has to be prepared in different manners," said Conti, publisher of North Carolina Sportsman. "When it is prepared correctly, it is memorable. There is something very rewarding about capturing your meal and enjoying it with friends."
Conti's book, which has been a dozen years in the making, is available through the magazine and this website, and at many retail outlets across North Carolina.
"This is not your mama's cookbook," Conti said. "It focuses on game you can catch or kill in the Carolinas."View full product details
"Reds" breaks South Carolina's coastline into nine different areas and gives fishermen a detailed description of each area, including tactics and techniques used by local fishermen to catch redfish. It covers specifics about local habitat, water quality, tide, wind and how they affect fishing for reds. You WILL catch more redfish after reading this book.View full product details
Upon reading Humberto Fontova for the first time, the easily offended often react just as the author's gender-confused neighbor Freddie did when he viewed Fontova cleaning a deer in his backyard: "Humberto! How could YOU? Why, that's awful!"
Fontova is indeed awful, if your sensitivities align with Pamela Anderson or Barbra Streisand. Otherwise, Fontova's just awfully funny.
His second book, released last month by M. Evans, is Fontova at his best? or worst, depending on your perspective.
Titled The Hellpig Hunt, the book is an account of a weekend Fontova and his buddies spend at the mouth of the Mississippi River doing everything from boar hunting to trout fishing.
But if you've read any of Fontova's work, you know there's a whole lot else that goes on, and most of it's side-splitting.View full product details
August 29, 2005, was a day no American will ever forget. When Hurricane Katrina, one of the top five-strongest storms ever to build in the Atlantic Basin, slammed into the city of New Orleans, her towering storm surge tested the limits of the flood walls and levees protecting one of America?s largest cities. The surge would find them lacking.
As the city filled and drowned, it descended into mass hysteria and anarchy, and within hours became a place that would reveal to Americans whether their Constitution had any more value than the frayed, fragile, brown parchment on which it is written.
As looters and thugs took over, the city?s leaders turned their crosshairs and iron sights toward the lawful, gun-toting citizens who sought nothing more than to defend themselves from the marauding hordes. In what proved to be the greatest real-life test case of the Second Amendment in American history, America failed miserably.
The Great New Orleans Gun Grab tells the story of New Orleans residents who legally defied mandatory evacuation orders to protect their property, and who were subsequently beaten, harassed and robbed of their guns by the very civil authority that was funded and charged to protect them.View full product details
In the Quest and the Quarry, Gordon Hutchinson takes Southerners back to their recent past, when family bonds always overcame the cruel whims of nature. Through the lens of a deer-hunting family, Hutchinson tells the tale of coming of age in the South.View full product details