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December 2011 Issue

From Field to Table—Are You Game?

Game meats are getting their game on, so to speak, turning up on the menus of fine restaurants across the country. Known today as “field to table” eating, game meat is hardly new, having sustained humans for thousands of years. A healthy, sustainable, responsible—and now fashionable—choice, game meats are going through a renaissance. Bison burgers, alligator medallions, and braised kangaroo are just a few examples of the dishes chefs are creating with game, redefining the way meats like deer, elk, antelope, wild boar and rabbit are prepared.

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