Tara’s Corner – The Odd Teacher

Being a teacher and a Queen of Camo don’t always mix.  Parents take some time to warm up to the idea of their child being taught by a woman that hunt. Some find it awesome, as I have instant common interest with their child. Others find it odd and out of the ordinary. Even coworkers […]

Read More » | June 25, 2016 | Category: Blog, Tara's Corner | Comments: none

Tara’s Corner – Patience and Squirrels

This morning, a couple friends and I went on a late season squirrel hunt in North Central, North Carolina. We took two Mountain Curs with us, Ghost and Kix. We headed to a small farm that is about 500 acres. The dogs were ready to go this morning.   Big Motor Kix is our 2 […]

Read More » | June 23, 2016 | Category: Blog, Tara's Corner | Comments: none

Wild Game Recipe – Tara’s Wild Turkey & Dumplings

2 Wild Turkey Breasts 8 cups Turkey Broth (saved from cooking) 2 cups flour 2 Tbs. butter 1/2 tsp. baking powder salt to taste (I add and taste, etc) 1 C Milk First, boil your turkey breasts until done. Time will depend upon the size. I save 8 cups of the broth, then shred the […]

Read More » | May 12, 2016 | Category: Blog, Recipes, Tara's Corner, Turkey Hunting | Comments: none