June 29, 2016


Buffalo Turkey Dip

• 2 Cups cooked wild turkey breast (diced or shredded into very small pieces)
• 8 ounces ranch dressing
• 8 ounces cream cheese
• 8 ounces shredded cheddar
• 3 celery stalks chopped fine
• ¼cup onion chopped fine
• 6 ounces hot or Buffalo sauce

Soften cream cheese then mix all ingredients well. Let stand in refrigerator for an hour or more (can be made the night before). Bring to roomtemperature to serve. Cut thin slices of crusty bread to make bread rounds. Serve dip on bread rounds or crackers. Wild turkey is delicious and nutritious meat, lowin fat, cholesterol, and sodium.

Wild turkey is also a great source of protein.

The ideal companion to the recipe
Great Lakes Oktoberfest is a Seasonal Marzen styled craft beer brewed by Cleveland’s Great Lakes Brewing Company. It’s toasty-sweet lager flavor stands up to spicy foods and makes it the ideal companion to this week’s recipe. Get some now, though, it’s only available through the end of October!

About Byron Scarbrough

A native Elyrian, Byron was raised in the Sportsman tradition with a love of the great outdoors and respect for land. An avid angler, he's fished from the Canadian Arctic to Florida's Coastal Islands and everywhere else he could in between. A certified Whitetail Clinic Instructor, he's harvested multiples of nearly every legal game species in Ohio. He is a graduate of OSU School of Journalism and has written several books in the area of military history. He is a clay busting, mountain biking, lap swimming, geo-caching, horse riding, fish catching, line running, canoe paddling, trail hiking, arrow slinging, pine cone eating, wilderness camping fool, who will do almost anything to avoid working in a cubicle. Contact him at ByronOutdoors@gmail.com.