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Finally, after all these years writing Hunter Angler Gardener Cook, I am starting a newsletter. The reasons are several, and I’ll detail them in this post, but I am hoping you will sign up for it as a favor to me.
Come to Texas, hunt wild pigs, and learn butchery skills, sausage-making and how to cure meats with me! We’re doing another cooking school this spring.
You asked, I answered. I am teaming up with the California Waterfowl Association to host a weekend of duck hunting and duck cooking in California’s Delta this January. It’ll be hunts in different places, duck processing and cooking classes, and I’ll be cooking dinner.
Want to hunt with me and cook with me in South Texas? I’ll be hunting ducks and teaching a mini-cooking school at one of the best duck clubs in the Lone Star State this November.
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.
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.
My first trip to France was a mixed bag, culinarily speaking. In nine days of binge eating and drinking, nothing I ate could best the best I’ve eaten in America. But make no mistake: The French know how to eat, and eat well. They can teach us a few things even yet.
A great many of you reading this are new to hunting and fishing. My advice is always to work at first with experienced friends – or guides. But there is an etiquette to working with a hunting and fishing guide you need to learn. This should get you started.