There is no hunt that requires a greater sense of poise than wild turkey.
A hunter sits with his or her back to a tree to distort their silhouette, ignoring the knots forming in the back, calves going numb, after hours of remaining motionless.
A paranoia persists: What is out there that I can’t see, watching me. Continue reading “Never Hurry A Curry: Wild Tom Thai Red Curry Soup”
After the doldrums of late-winter—those weeks when the ice has started to thaw on lakes statewide, leaving little opportunity for fishing—spring is a welcomed reprieve from cold days with little sunshine. For us hunters and foragers in particular, spring represents the opportunity to pursue some of the rarest, most-elusive table fare the year will have to offer and serve it up in some classic or new favorite dishes. Continue reading “Two Reasons Why Spring is Such an Exceptional Season: Wild Turkey and Pheasant Back Risotto”