Corey and Lindsey Birdwell, center, won the Alabama Wildlife Federation’s Wild Game Cook-Off on Saturday. [COURTESY PHOTO]

Cooking up wild boar with a mushroom risotto and honey glaze, a team representing Morgan County took home the state title at the Alabama Wildlife Federation’s Wild Game Cook-Off on Saturday.

The Wild Side of the Tree, consisting of husband and wife team Corey and Lindsey Birdwell of Rogersville, won the Morgan County Cook-Off held last year to earn a spot at the state competition, which featured 20 other teams.

Awards also went to Selma Cook-Off winners the Co-Op Cutups for crappie stuffed Alaskan cutthroat trout, and Covington County Cook-Off winners The Little Smokehouse for smokehouse flight delight.

Other dishes included crabmeat cheesecake, crawfish grilled cheese, parmesan smoked grouper and more.

The 2019 Morgan County Cook-Off will take place Oct. 1 at Ingalls Harbor. or 256-340-2441. Twitter @DecaturLiving.
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