Alaskan Moose Steak Marinade --- I made this tonight...if you don't like wild meat, this might change your mind! AWESOME! - ES

Alaskan Moose Steak Marinade cup soy sauce * cup olive oil * cup lemon juice * cup Worcestershire sauce * 1 tablespoon garlic powder * 3 tablespoons dried basil * 1 tablespoon dried parsley * dash of pepper

Crockpot Moose Roast with French Onion Gravy

Drunk Moose Meatballs | It’s a #SundaySupper Holiday Event | The Foodie Army Wife

Drunk Moose Meatballs

Drunk Moose Meatballs - very bbq flavoured. Im not a huge fan of the overpowering flavour of BBQ, would definitely make the meatballs again, but maybe try out a different sauce

Moose steak marinade

Recipe for Alaskan moose steak marinade. A fast and easy recipe to save you time, and help you enjoy the meat that you brought from the field to your table!

A Traditional Meat Pie Recipe Made With Moose Meat

Moose Tourtière Pie: I was given some moose meat by some friends for my birthday (great friends! Since my birthday falls on December I was just about to make tourtière

Slow cooker Moose and barley soup... i have a thing with barley soup, beef, moose, deer...cant go wrong!

Slow cooker Moose and barley soup

Easy, delicious and healthy Slow cooker Moose and barley soup recipe from SparkRecipes. See our top-rated recipes for Slow cooker Moose and barley soup.

Moose Ribs (Bone In) Recipe | Just A Pinch Recipes

Moose Ribs (Bone In)

I learned this recipe from a First Nation friend who lives above the Arctic circle in the Yukon, Canada.

Dried meat is a proven and even tasty survival food for surviving a long term food shortage or famine.

People in interior Alaska hang moose meat in their smokehouses on polls, and smoke them for two to three days.

Many interior Alaskans use garlic or seasoning salt to add flavor to their dried moose meat (aka dry meat). (Photos by Josephine Derendoff)

Athabascan Woman provided this post about smoking moose meat and subsistence hunting in Alaska.

After a few days of smoking and drying, the dried moose meat (aka dry meat) is ready to eat with some Pilot Bread crackers and hot tea. Photo by Josephine Derendoff of Huslia Smoking Moose Meat in Interior #Alaska - new on the Athabascan Woman blog http://wp.me/p1hfmu-wj

After a few days of smoking and drying, the dried moose meat (aka dry meat) is ready to eat with some Pilot Bread crackers and hot tea. Photo by Josephine Derendoff of Huslia Smoking Moose Meat in Interior #Alaska - new on the Athabascan Woman blog http://wp.me/p1hfmu-wj

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