Hunters Style Corn Cakes When making any recipe it is always important to gather everything that you need before getting started cooking. The concept, in French, is called Mis en Place. It simply means “things in place” and when you have everything in place while cooking, just like hunting, is that much more enjoyable. Finding … Continue reading Pheasant Hunters Corn Cakes
Back in the day my family vacation and my fathers’ summer time elk scouting was rolled into the same week. We would pack up the wagon and hit the road. Camp would be located after about three hours on back roads. We would set out our stuff and let dad and my older brother go … Continue reading Lazy in Advance
I am not sure why the hunters I know will pay big bucks for a duck breast in a fancy restaurant but turn all the fowl they shoot into jerky. It has never made much sense to me. That is until I found out how they cooked duck. While a little “shake and bake” can … Continue reading Duck, More Than Just Breasts.
Fishing is not a spot and stalk sport for me most times. Generally I fish by tossing a line into the deep and hoping for the best. But steelheading on the Boise River, right in downtown Boise Idaho, has become a different story all together. I would come, during my lunch break, to an access … Continue reading Big Fish in a Little River
I was fortunate enough to be able to get an interview from Corey Fair, owner of Butcherbakerstore.com a website dedicated to all things foodie. Aside from being a nice guy he is a born and bred hunter as well. Check out the whole interview below. Sections from this will be published in the Boise Weekly in … Continue reading Interview with Corey Fair, Butcher and Baker