Introducing Ask the Eagle, where I’ll be answering your questions about everything from hunting to butchering to marriage. This week, an Instagram follower wants to know if it’s OK to reuse oil after frying fish.
Have a question of your own? You can write to me firstname.lastname@example.org.
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If you’ve been following this series, you know that we recently took a closer look at eating fish heads. For many North Americans, an animal’s or fish’s head is the most intimidating part to eat, followed closely by organs. However, thanks to authors like Steven Rinella and Josh Niland, more and more meateaters are cooking the tongues, livers, and hearts from their kills. In fact, such recipes have become so popular it’s now common practise to...
With the 2016 season behind us, it’s time to knock out some offseason chores. Since I began hunting a decade ago, a staple of my Februarys has always been making deer sausage with my family. It’s an incredibly satisfying day, turning a freezer of roasts into a freezer of sausage, but one thing about the process has always irked me – the heavy reliance on pork fat. It’s no secret that venison on its own is super lean. To compensate, most butchers...
Introducing Ask the Eagle, where I’ll be answering your questions about everything from hunting to butchering to marriage. This week, Steve wants to know how long I’ll leave raw meat in the fridge before tossing it out. Have a question of your own? You can write to me email@example.com.