I’d like to tell a good story here about how I learned about larb from some Thai chef or a Laotian sous chef, but I did not. Google taught me about larb. Some of you are reading the word larb and judging it by the phonetics – in English larb does not sound all that … Continue reading Elk Larb
On first look they seem completely empty, unless a heard of antelope can be seen in the distance, but the rolling hills of blond colored grass hold my attention. The crisp wind clips my exposed neck and sends a chill down my spine. Each blade of grass swaying in the wind can be the beginning … Continue reading Hun -with Huckleberry Honey Butter
“Well, crap” I said. “What?” asked my much older and much less good looking brother. “I found the elk…” “Yeah?” “At the bottom” I bemoaned. “Of course…they have to be at the bottom” he said stoically, bringing his binoculars to his face. “Where they at?” My brother and I have a code developed over the … Continue reading Elk Tongue Tacos
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I let the arrow fly quicker than I thought I could. The grouse, a big sage hen tom, had busted up directly in front of me at about 20 yards. My arrow flew a little right but came remarkably close to hitting the bird. Then I watched as my arrow sailed from one hilltop to … Continue reading The Legend of the Sage Hen Hat