In this video, I highlight and rank my six favorite Peak Refuel meals. No matter where they end up ranked, these protein-packed, freeze-dried meals are sure to keep your energy up when your backcountry pursuits demand it.
When frying any fish or seafood, fresh is always best. My rule of thumb is to eat as much of my fresh fish as possible before I store it and get it in the freezer. It's not that frozen fish is bad; not at all, your fish will just never taste as good as it does right out of the water. Of course, this is a debated topic these days with the rise of popularity in aging fish. I'll stand my ground here and say that when treated well, fresh fish is as...
Nabeta is one of my favorite fish–it’s tricky to catch and simple to cook. With no scaling required, all you need is some good salt and a pan with hot oil, and you’re minutes away from enjoying “fried chicken of the sea.”
To watch me catch some of these unique fish with my Dad along with more ocean adventures, check out the first episode of SpearChef here.
The single-pot boiling method is comprised of three basic steps that, if followed, will result in a tasty batch of crawfish.
Wash your crawfish
Boil your crawfish
Soak your crawfish.
To wash your crawfish, simply place them into a cooler or tub and run clean hose water into the cooler. The first fill of water will look murky and muddy. Empty this and repeat the process as many times as possible until your water runs clear. Once the water is...