Salmon, especially king salmon, are the pigs of the aquatic world. Large, fatty, with significant differences in flavor from cut to cut, the salmon is, like pork, equally good fresh or cured. And if there is a fish you can get all nose-to-tail on, it is the chinook. If you are lucky enough to come
A wide selection of Asian recipes that feature fish and game, as well as wild edible plants. You will find lots of Chinese and Vietnamese recipes, but also from Japan, India, Korea and more.
Unless you are an eater of American shad, that giant river-running herring anglers greet eagerly every spring, you might not fully appreciate just how elated I am right now. You see, I have solved the most vexing problem facing any shad angler: How to deal with the bones of a fish the Indians referred to as
When I told Holly I wanted to make a wild duck pho, she smirked: “I think you should call it ‘phuk.’” Perfect! So here ya go: My wild game version of that Vietnamese classic soup. And lemme tell ya, it is phuk-ing good! I got the inspiration to make this dish after reading Heather’s post