Grilled Trout, Columbian Exchange, Invasive Worms…

The tug was slight. Almost perceivable on the tackle I was using. Almost.  I had six pound test on what was essentially a bluegill fishing rod. I had half a night crawler skewered onto a circle hook with two minuscule split shot a foot up the leader. The bite was happening however, I just needed … Continue reading Grilled Trout, Columbian Exchange, Invasive Worms…

SOLO HNTR – Podcast Partnership

Big News folks!  Chef in the Wild and SOLO HNTR are making a connection! Starting today the SOLO HNTR Podcast and I will be recording a monthly session to deliver wild food related content. This will be a triple play for all those that love wild food - the podcast will drop, the recipe will posted … Continue reading SOLO HNTR – Podcast Partnership

Hun -with Huckleberry Honey Butter

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