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It’s gift-giving season again, and I reckon I would run down some of the stuff I use a lot that helps me hunt, gather, fish and cook. I use and recommend everything here.
Today is a day for leftover turkey, domestic or wild. Whichever kind you ate yesterday, this risotto recipe is a great way to use leftover bits.
I am always on the lookout for interesting pheasant recipes, and this one really caught my eye: It’s from Michael Psilakis, one of the best Greek chefs in the country, and who happens to also be a hunter!
After more than six months, nearly 40 states and 30 book dinners – not to mention more than 26,000 miles on my little white pickup – my book tour is over. It’s been a wild ride.
I am a huge fan of offal, and this extends to venison. Here’s an easy, non-threatening way to use a bit more of the deer you bring home. After all, who doesn’t like a little tongue?
Never before have I hunted so long and so hard for so little. If there is a game bird more elusive than the Hungarian partridge in Montana, I’ve yet to meet it.
Black walnut season has started, and my favorite thing to do with these hard-to-crack nuts is make ice cream. My version gives you a double-dip of black walnut flavor.