Wild foods expert and cookbook author Hank Shaw's audio adventures in foraging, fishing, hunting and cooking. Season Two focuses on upland game: Pheasants, turkeys, quail, rabbits and so on. Each episode is a deep dive into that animal's biology, lore, habitat, hunting tips and of course, how to best cook them!
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In this episode of Hunt Gather Talk, forager and chef Alan Bergo joins me to geek out on all the ways to preserve mushrooms, wild or cultivated. There's a whole lot more out there than just drying. We talk about which mushrooms are best preserved in ... more
I am excited to share with you my conversation with fermentation guru Sandor Katz, who is as knowledgeable as he is fun to talk with. We range all over the wild fermentation world in this episode, literally and figuratively since Sandor has traveled ... more
Pressure canning scares people. Canning expert Cathy Barrow and I are here to dispel that fear. In this podcast, we explain all about pressure canning, dispelling myths and fears, and talking about our favorite projects. Cathy drops so much knowledge... more
Hank is already a critical source of recipes but this is a nice format to hear about opportunities to take things to the next level in preservation, processing, etc
Lots of good outdoors, food and cooking knowledge from an impeccable source. Funny, informative and engaging.
Lots of good information and knowledge, too much California liberal biased opinion. Stop looking down your nose at people that may do things different than you. You have lots of outdoor knowledge, just share that.
Outstanding information, conversation.
Hanks books and pods are so good. Great intersection of outdoorsman and cook. Love his content.
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