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Sometimes foraging, fishing and clamming at the seaside only results in a few of anything – clams, crabs, fish, etc. What to do? Make a mixed seafood meal.
Resourcefulness and flexibility are vital traits if you want to be a successful forager. When fishing’s bad, switch to crabs. If crabbing’s bad, switch to clams. If all else fails, look to the plants to sustain you.
At last! Injury and fate conspired to delay our annual Duck Hunters’ Dinner until the first day of spring. No matter, much wine was drunk, much duck was et – and much fun was had.
Just found out Hunter Angler Gardener Cook was nominated for a another James Beard Award – this makes two major nominations this year, as I’m also up for an IACP award for Best Food Blog. Wish me luck!
Some men have cars as toys, others electronics. My toys are pasta-makling gadgets, and the Italian chitarra is one of my favorite – it lets you play your pasta like an instrument.
A week after my cat died, I sought solace in my garden. With the sun on my neck and dirt under my nails, I found life never stops in my little green world – or anywhere else.
This is the hardest post I’ve ever had to write. Paka the Cat, my best companion for 15 years, died of heart failure Sunday. I can’t stop sobbing.
Wild greens season is in full swing in California, and tinkering with various stewing greens highlights the benefits – and limitations – of being faithful to a recipe.
While watching the Olympics, I was struck by our ability to celebrate both similarities and differences, seemingly without contradiction. And the same holds true in food.