Turn RATTLER into a Mouth-Watering Delicacy...!
Wild Game Guru
Shares Her 27 Years of
So You Can
QUIT Throwing Away
Natures Best Meat!"
Do you LOVE wild meats (or good meats of any kind)?
My name is Tracy Painter and I've been enjoying rattlesnake meat for 29 years! In that time, I've gained a huge amount of knowledge about how to prepare and cook rattlers (and other snake species), discovering ways to turn this rather puzzling cooking challenge into a mouthwatering gourmet treat!
As a rattlenake meat enthusiast and wildlife conservationist, my goal is to see rattlesnakes put to good use -- instead of just killed and thrown into the garbage, where so many end up. After all, if you are faced with a dead snake, even the most experienced cooks are a bit perplexed about what to do with that long, bony carcass. Hold it up, and it seems more like a three-foot-long, flexible chicken or turkey neck, than anything you might normally prepare for the dinner table.
So, in order to see that more of these wonderful (but potentially dangerous) creatures are properly prepared, and not wasted, when they are legally harvested (or killed for family safety), I'd like to share my secrets with you -- on cooking rattlesnake -- free of charge.
And please take advantage of the links and articles on this site, for more information about rattlesnakes. And be sure to sign up below for my 9-part rattlesnake cooking course, where you'll receive one lesson per day in your email box. This is a collection of all the most practical, snake-meat-specific cooking and preparation tips on the planet, I promise!
In my FREE Mini-Course, you will learn:
- Tips and tactics for keeping rattler meat moist when cooking!
- Does rattlesnake REALLY taste like chicken? Or fish?
- Eating rattlesnake: texture, flavor, bones and other considerations!
- One thing you must NEVER do, if you want the perfect rattlesnake meat entrée!
- Planning meals and portions with your rattler carcass!
- A handful of great gourmet recipes from my original e-cookbook, “101 Rattlesnake Recipes”!
- Special instructions for grilling and barbecueing!
- The best step-by-step way to debone rattlesnake meat for casseroles, soups, spreads, and salads!
- And much, much more!
To get this amazing one-of-a-kind, rattlesnake cooking secrets email course, simply fill out the box below, and we’ll instantly deliver the first issue to your email inbox right away!
Here’s what one new rattlesnake gourmet had to say about this amazing one of a kind news letter....
|Living on a south slope,
along the breaks of the Clearwater River in North Central Idaho, we end
up tip-toeing around a rattlesnake or two, almost every year --
especially when we get hot, dry weather moving them up the
mountainside. I leave them alone if they are a long ways from the
house, otherwise, I do the safe thing, and bean ‘em with a
rock or two. I hate to waste anything, so a couple times in the past, I
skinned one out (carefully), put it in a pot with some butter and/or
seasoning, and… well, did not really enjoy the results. (But
I could then brag that I’d “eaten”
rattlesnake, a very macho thing to do in Idaho Redneck country!)
So normally, I end up throwing the snakes away, even though I love just about every wild meat I’ve ever tried.
After reading articles on RattlesnakeRecipes.com on how to clean and skin a rattler, and getting Tracy’s Rattlesnake Cooking Secrets e-course, I gave it another try. What a difference a little knowledge and experience makes! Delicious… I even BBQ-ed half a rattler with pretty good success, using the email tips, and one of the recipes from her ebook, “101 Rattlesnake Recipes”. Now I even beg my neighbors for any rattlesnake carcasses they run across. (No luck so far...)
Thanks for sharing, Tracy!
|Malcolm Dell, Idaho|
Learn everything you need to know about preparing and cooking delicious gourmet rattlesnake meat, and add a new range of taste experiences to your dinner table! Sign up for your FREE Rattlesnake Cooking Secrets E-Letter Mini-Course NOW!
All the best,
PS You will find articles on cleaning and skinning rattlesnakes on other pages of this web site. Enjoy!