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62 responses to “Driving into the Unknown”

  1. Jeff

    I just noticed that the book shipped this last Friday from Amazon. Very excited to read this. It will be a great followup to Steven Rinella’s Scavenger’s Guide to Haute Cuisine. Good luck on your tour.

  2. IF

    Amazon shipped the book today. Looking forward to it.

  3. Joyce @friendsdriftinn

    Are you coming to KY?

  4. Ronda Bumgardner

    Hank, I came across your blog Sunday while researching a topic, and saw that you had a book coming out this week. Congratulations! I’m a journalist, too, and I understand the dreams that keep us hungry and fed. Wishing you wide turns and straight roads and lovely scenery on your book tour.

  5. Carolina Rig

    Pretty work Hank. Looking forward to September…my freezer is begging for some fish.

  6. Joey Meicher

    The book came in the mail yesterday, and it is awesome!! It will definitely be a valuable resource. The information on wild ingredients is a joy to read, and I love how many of the recipes are not so much recipes, but guidelines for cooking what’s available at a particular time in a particular place. Hope to see you at the Corner Table in October!!

  7. Iso Rabins

    Rockstar.

  8. Carolyn Warfield

    Book arrived yesterday, Hank. She’s beautiful. Have to wait until the weekend to start reading (grad school interfering with real life), but I’m sure it will be worth the wait.

  9. Rocky Mountain Woman

    Congratulations!

    How so very cool….

  10. Julie Dreyfoos

    Congrats on the release of the book yesterday! Looking forward to seeing you in Seattle late July. Safe travels to you…

  11. Amy Thielen

    Good luck, Hank, and have fun. I will try to catch up with you in Minneapolis.

  12. Ken G

    I’ll spread the word a bit here in the Midwest. Have a safe trip. I’ll put in my order for the book ASAP.

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