Wolf Steaks Gamy yet tasty, this dish is a hunter's favorite. Commonly served with hair still attached to the meat for heightened taste. Usually referred to as Po' Dwarf Chops.
Ingredients: Wolf Meat, Spices, Jug of Sauces
Cooking instructions: Pull the fat off the wolf meat being cautious to not remove the hair or skin. Generously spice the meat. Grill and add sauce as de- sired. When the meat looks charred and tough- ened remove and eat.
Tastes great with: Batwing Crunchies and Ale
Bear Steaks Better known as Trapper's Delight, Bear Steaks are a robust and highly text- ured meat. Usually hand shredded and eaten rapidly.
Ingredients: Bear Meat, Spices, Jug of Sauces
Cooking instructions: Fire a spit or oven for maximum heat. Firmly pat the spices into the meat to absorb excess blood. Grill and add sauce as desired. When the meat puckers and crackles, remove and eat.
Tastes great with: Fruit Pie and Brandy
Beer Braised Wolf Originally created by a hunter who spilled lager onto his fresh kill. This dish is traditionally served over a bowl to catch excess beer.
Ingredients: Wolf Meat, Spices, Short Beer
Cooking instructions: Fire an oven for maximum heat. Drizzle beer on top of the meat and sprinkle with spices, grilling slightly. Remove from grill and dunk in more beer. Serve rare.
Tastes great with: Batwing Pie, Short Beer
Beer Braised Bear After the discovery of Beer Braised Wolf, who could resist braising other meats in beer? Overflowing with beer, you can barely discern the taste of bear meat.
Ingredients: Bear Meat, Spices, Tall Beer
Cooking instructions: Prepare the spit or oven. Drain excess blood from the meat as you poke deep holes into the meat. Fill holes with beer. Sprinkle with spices and grill until golden brown.