Velvet Jean’s glazed squirrel recipe


Was a ole gal lived up around Paxville, name of Velvet Jean DuBose, we used to visit when I was a young fella. She could shoot the eyes out of a squirrel, and did so regularly. The way they tell it, DNR proposed a shortened season AND smaller creel limit on the tree rats, all…

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Santee Style Grilled Alligator Tail

Hunter Cook Santee Cooper Life

If you’ve ever seen Farnsworth Roundtree on the road, chances are he was heading to the Santee Cooper swamps to kill a gator, or on the way back to his Pinopolis shack with one in the back of his truck. And if they’s one thing he’s better at than killing ’em, it’s cooking ’em. I…

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Annie G’s Pickle Fried Bass Fillets


R.I.P Annie G, who shares this recipe from the grave Annie G was an old gal lived up around Summerton. She was known for growing pickles. Now some of you are no doubt saying that you don’t grow pickles, you grow cucumbers, which turn into pickles when treated properly (or improperly, if you don’t like…

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Santee Cooper Catfish Stew


Ingredients: Instructions: As a passionate lover of Southern flavors, I can’t help but share my twist on a classic catfish stew. It’s cajun-inspired, with a Santee Cooper Life touch. Get ready to tantalize your taste buds with my Santee Cooper Catfish Stew! So there you have it – my special Santee Cooper Catfish Stew recipe,…

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Mustard fried venison

Deep-Fried Mustard Venison If you’re looking to elevate your culinary game and indulge in a unique and flavorful dish, deep-fried mustard venison is a must-try recipe. This dish combines the rich and tender qualities of venison with the zesty kick of mustard, all encased in a crispy, golden crust. Perfect for special occasions or as…

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