BOERNE — A good meal should be a mandatory way to end a good hunt.
Gathering friends around the table to talk about the day’s hunt, those that have come before and possibly down the road, just caps everything. It doesn’t have to be fine dining. A hamburger or turkey sandwich can fill the bill, but if it is something like pheasant pot pie for lunch at Joshua Creek Ranch, well, it may just not get any better than that.
Food from the ranch’s Cypress Lodge is so popular with its guest that the Kerchevilles and their chefs have produced a cookbook so hunters can enjoy the game they take as much as they did their hunt.
The cookbook, which costs $29.95 plus shipping, features drinks, salads and dressings, soups, sandwiches, entrees and desserts from the lodge’s kitchen.
For more information on the cookbook, visit their website at http://joshuacreek.com/product/hunters-harvest-cookbook.