An easy recipe for all the grind meat you have. I don’t bake much or have the desire to do so, but this was simple enough for me to make. It was so good, I ate three in one sitting and stored the rest in the freezer for a rainy day.Read More
Hunter segregation has been a significant roadblock for our community of hunters to move forward in many of our initiatives, including campaigning for wildlife conservation or better educating the public on hunting and the laws and regulations that govern us.Read More
With little prior knowledge, she embarked on the challenge to become a hunter. This is her story.Read More
“I think we all need to cultivate a more relaxed attitude about what we’re eating. You can take these concerns really too far and make yourself crazy, and it becomes a new eating disorder.”Read More
Out of the mounds of advice that are thrown in our face, eventually only a few pass the test of time. Of the advice remaining, there seems to be a curious coincidence.
A good friend of mine, Matt, was listening to MeatEater PodCast Ep. 110: Up North and was moved to create his version of the hunt-purity scale after hearing Rinella discuss his brother's method for measuring the purity of a hunt.Read More
We ask 12 city folks what they would do if a bear charges at them and their answers are (comically) concerningRead More
There are two types of fun: the kind that’s momentary or fleeting, and then there's the prolonged fun/suffering that eventually makes for one heck of a tale. The first might manifest with too much whiskey on a Wednesday night. The latter is more of an endurance test, and ain't nobody cracking a smile at the time.Read More