Wild ingredients can link you to time and place on a plate in ways far stronger than supermarket food. Here’s one example of doing exactly that.
Hank Shaw's Essays
A collection of my stories and essays over the years, ranging from Big Thoughts on life and hunting and such, to simple stories of a great hunt or fishing trip.
An inability to travel far and wide can lead you to focus on familiar spaces, to recall old memories – and create new ones.
As the national quarantine drags on, it’s the little things that keep us going. Like cooking for someone you love.
Old frozen meat can have a second life! Here are some tips and ideas for you.
How to deal with volunteer plants in your garden. Some you celebrate, some you eradicate. Some just live their own lives, quietly.
Tips, tricks and ideas on how to waste less in the kitchen by reusing otherwise unloved foods.
How to really dig deep into an experience you’ve had hunting, fishing or foraging and celebrate it as a meal.
With everyone hunkering down and staying in place, this is a great time to start kitchen projects, from meat curing to fermentation.