On today's show, Tony breaks down how the best whitetail hunters out there plan on failing to some extent throughout their season -- and why that's actually a good thing.
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Beyond the wonderful steaks, roasts, ribs and ground meat your get from a kill, there is a lot of extra meat that is sometimes looked over by a hunter. Using all the extras shows immense respect for your prey, as well as broadening your culinary pallet. Use these tips to ensure you show maximum respect for the game you harvest.
While not not nearly as meaty as cow’s head, venison head can still provide a memorable and surprisingly tasty meal...
Words by Kevin Murphy
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Squirrels have two breeding periods, one in the late spring and early summer and another in the days leading up to the winter solstice.
Noting the Nests
Nests are a sure sign that squirrels have been in the area. You may see a couple of different types...
Nothing makes me more excited for spring than the prospect of picking a pile of morels. Once things start to green up, my thoughts become more and more occupied by the promise of the earthy aromatic. If you’re fortunate enough to have a big harvest this season, take what you don’t immediately eat or gift away and dry the rest.
Drying is a great way to preserve the integrity and flavor of the freshly foraged for year-round opportunities to up your...