Ptarmigan hunting in the Lower 48 states is an exercise in mountaineering. So if you want to hunt them, you need to climb mountains.
This plate of food looks better than it tastes. It’s a work in progress. Here’s the process I go through to create new dishes.
I hand harvested a bit of wheat recently. The process made me realize how much we ignore the grains that sustain us.
It’s spring bear season in many parts of the world. I can think of no better recipe for bear than these pelmeni. No bear? Use any meat.
Hunting turkey in the Sierra Nevada in springtime can be frustrating, and, if you’re successful, rewarding. Turkey hunting on public land can be tough.
Too many hunters hate on snow geese. They are not “sky carp.” They are more like flying grass-fed beef. Here’s how to cook them.
My world is a maelstrom right now, and it is only the occasional foray into nature that keeps me on an even keel.
Tidepools capture me like nothing else, and I am certain I am not the only one who has carried this fascination well into middle age. Tidepools capture us because they are a microcosm of life: A world in a puddle. And, as it happens, an edible world.