The Rangeley Region Guidesâ€™ & Sportsmenâ€™s Association would like to cordially invite its members and the public to attend a special potluck dinner and meeting on November 16, 2017 starting at 5:30 PM. Folks who have been skilled or lucky enough to harvest wild game this fall are asked to bring a wild game entrÃ©e to celebrate our outdoor sporting heritage. This is an opportunity for hunters to show off their culinary skills with moose, deer, partridge, duck, and maybe bear recipes. Other entrees, salads, and desserts are also welcomed. In addition to our wild game harvest dinner, RRG&SA is pleased to announce that David Trahan, the Executive Director of the Sportsmanâ€™s Alliance of Maine, will be our guest speaker.
RANGELEY — Chef Patrick Friel has logged some hours in the kitchen, and like many great chefs, he started young through apprenticeship. Born in Germany, his passion for cooking began at age eight with his grandmother who showed him traditional techniques and recipes. In 1987, Friel’s formal journey into the world of cooking began when the Bethel Inn hired him as a line cook.read more