It’s been a good salmon season so far, and we’ve been eating orange fish a lot lately. One of the cooler things to do when you catch a salmon (or any large fish, really) is to harvest “spoon meat” to make my salmon patty recipe. Spoon meat is when you use a spoon to scrape
In this episode of the Hunt Gather Talk podcast, we talk about exotic proteins – meats and fish that are delicious but often overlooked. Muskrats, beavers, snakes, turtles, woodchucks, even some weird fish.
I have not been happy with myself lately. I feel I have lost my way, all in the pursuit of the Almighty Dollar. I know why — making a living off the Internet is a scary thing — but nevertheless, things must change here. And they will.
By the time you’re reading this, I am already hundreds of miles from my home. I am in Nampa, Idaho, a city I’ve never been to. Tonight I will greet a sold-out crowd of eager diners, duck hunters and well-wishers at a James Beard-nominated restaurant, Brick 29. It’s an experience I will be repeating, with
It’s getting closer… I just found out my book, “Hunt, Gather, Cook,” is finally available for pre-order online — and I am totally psyched!
Just found out Hunter Angler Gardener Cook was nominated for a another James Beard Award – this makes two major nominations this year, as I’m also up for an IACP award for Best Food Blog. Wish me luck!
This is the hardest post I’ve ever had to write. Paka the Cat, my best companion for 15 years, died of heart failure Sunday. I can’t stop sobbing.
As you can by now see, there are big changes happening here at Hunter Angler Gardener Cook. I’ve decided to become a wholly owned subsidiary of ConAgra and Nabisco and start writing solely about how much I love processed food. Or not.
Seriously, I’ve decided to spruce up the place to make it easier to move around in. The biggest change is in how you will be able to find things here at HAGC…