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February Newsletter

TURKEY SEASON IS ALMOST HERE!

Turkey season gets underway Saturday, March 16th.

Give us a call to discuss available dates.







WOULD YOU LIKE TO GET YOUR CONCEALED CARRY PERMIT OR TAKE A FIREARMS SAFETY CLASS?

Gilchrist Club is partnering with Jeffrey Boatright to offer our members firearm safety and self-defense classes.  Jeff's basic pistol course prepares participants for carrying concealed weapons.  This course meets and exceeds the training requirements for the Florida Concealed weapons or firearms license.  For more details, go to NEWS & EVENTS.
To book your lodge and safety class reservations, please contact Ashley, Jennifer Poole, or Aliyah in Member Services.

PRO SHOP SALE CONTINUES!

We have everything you need for the hunter in the family.
All accessories, handguns, select ammunition,
rifles and Fair shotguns are on sale.
This sale also includes all binoculars
and scopes.


SUMMER FUN AT THE GILCHRIST CLUB!
There's a lot to do at the club during the
summer months. Chef Eric cooking classes,
fishing, scalloping, birthday and anniversary
celebrations!

CHEF ERIC'S BLOG

I hope your 2024 is off to a great start!
I'm always available to discuss the menus
and make sure you get exactly what you
want on your next visit.
Reach out to me anytime and let's chat
about your upcoming trips. Please keep
us informed on all dietary requirements
and allergies.
On behalf of your entire
Food & Beverage team, we wish
you all the best in the New Year!

-Chef Eric
eric.daigneau@gilchristclub.com
Follow me on Facebook & Instagram

CHEF ERIC'S RECIPE OF THE MONTH
CIDER SWEET WHITE BBQ SAUCE
(Quail bite dipping sauce)

1 cup Mayo (Hellmann's is Chef's choice)
1/2 cup Brown Sugar
2 TBS Hot sauce (Tiger sauce is Chef's choice)
1 TBS Steak seasoning (Montreal is Chef's choice)
2 TBS Agave Nectar
Approx. 2 TBS Apple cider vinegar

Wisk all ingredients (except vinegar) into a bowl then temper vinegar in to taste. You may want to add more or less depending on personal preference.
PRO TIP: Add more hot sauce to make it a sweet heat sauce.