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This is how I smoke whole trout, using small to medium-sized fish brined, dried and smoked over alder wood.
In this episode of Hunt Gather Talk, I answer listener questions about making jerky, cooking venison ribs, and what’s my most important gear in the kitchen, and I talk about charring food and the idea of Chinese master stock.
Welcome to the Hunt Gather Talk podcast! If you’re interested in wild food, whether it’s venison, wild mushrooms, freshwater or saltwater fish, upland game birds, waterfowl, wild edible plants or small game, you’ll learn a lot about it here. I’ve spent a lifetime gathering wild edible plants and fishing the waters of North America, and
If there is a more unloved game bird than the sea duck, I don’t know what it is. Treated as if they were puddle ducks, they earn that bad rep. But take them as they are and sea ducks can be good eating. Here’s what you need to know.
The professional mushroom pickers call this time of year Winter Pick. It’s a time of abundance here in Northern California, a time when you can conceivably come home with 20 different kinds of edible mushrooms. It’s my favorite time of year.
I recently did a survey on Facebook to see how many of you butcher your own game at home, and I was surprised how many of you do. That makes me really happy! So I thought I’d share my own set up and tools I use now that we’re deep into deer season.
Wild turkey meat can get dry if you don’t do things just right. But a long brine and a cool smoke does wonders for the breast meat. Trussing improves things even more, and the result is a primo sandwich meat for your lunches!