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I try to always stop and reflect on what I am thankful for each Thanksgiving, and this year is no different. It’s been a wild, crazy ride this year, and I owe much of it to you.
To celebrate the release of “Duck, Duck, Goose,” which has quite a few recipes that involve ground duck or goose, I am teaming up with Weston Products to give away a free, commercial grade meat grinder. Read on for the details…
My “Duck, Duck, Goose” book tour is almost here! In less than a month me and my little truck will be back on the road. A lot’s changed since I posted the preliminary list way back in February, so check it out.
W00t! Here it is: My duck cookbook is available for pre-order on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble! Just a few short months and I’ll be on the road to a place near your, copies in hand…
It’s been a wild ride since Hunt, Gather, Cook came out in May 2011. Lots of press, my first TV appearances, radio, even a favorable New York Times review. Then came the book tour, which took me to 40 states over nine months. That tour was a life-changing experience, one I hope to relive in a […]
I can finally announce it: I got a book deal! Topic? Something close to my heart: ducks and geese. Yep, I will be writing what I hope to be the definitive cookbook for both domestic and wild ducks and geese — and I am asking for your help in doing it.
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 on the road again, on book tour. Off on the longest, scariest road trip of my life. I will be living out of my truck for 9 weeks, hitting 21 cities. The success or failure of my book depends on this trip. And I need your help.
Just got some great news about “Hunt, Gather, Cook” at the same time I got a note from a reader who said: “Wow, your book is not just a retread of your blog.” Well, no. No it isn’t.
Homecoming. More than 100 people came out to Grange in Sacramento last night for a special “Hunt, Gather, Cook” dinner. No pressure, right? Actually, no. Great food, great company. A great night.