Wild Game Cooking Videos Debut

Chef Jesse Griffiths appears in Texas Parks & Wildlife video series

Wild Game Cooking Videos Debut

The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department has a YouTube series called Eat Local: Cooking Texas Style that now includes four segments featuring Austin chef and cookbook author Jesse Griffiths. The programs are based on recipes from Griffths' new book Afield - A Chef's Guide to Preparing and Cooking Wild Game & Fish (Welcome Books, $40)

The four videos cover the preparation of Feral hog tacos, Wild Duck Yakitori, Grilled Vension, and Redfish Fried Three Ways. Find a playlist of all four videos here.

In the information area below the YouTube video window, there will be links to recipes from Afield posted on the TPWD website. With Jesse's expert, easy to understand video instruction plus the recipes, cooking wild game and fish can become a satisfying addition to your kitchen arsenal! The videos will also be broadcast on the the Texas Parks & Wildlife television series on Texas PBS stations.

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