Category: Hunting

Waste Not!

I have to admit that I’ve sometimes imagined what it would be like to have my own cooking show. I doubt that it would be on the Food Network since I don’t have that kind of “presence”. But then, where? Food Network is just… Continue Reading “Waste Not!”

Find What Brings You Comfort… Especially Now

Things are pretty crazy these days. It’s becoming increasingly difficult to stay sane during this pandemic.  It’s so easy to dwell on the negative, focusing on the apocalyptic statistics, waiting for the next dismal news report. I’m pretty sure we’ve all succumbed to it.… Continue Reading “Find What Brings You Comfort… Especially Now”

Wild Turkey Thanksgiving and the Zombie Apocalypse

Among those of us who have embraced the hunting lifestyle, there seem to be two different camps or schools of thought regarding how to bring to the table the meat that has been harvested.  There are those who rely solely on their tried-and-true, time-tested… Continue Reading “Wild Turkey Thanksgiving and the Zombie Apocalypse”

How to Keep it Cool When It’s Sooo Damned Hot!

It’s already been established in my last post that it’s hot as hell in the Texas Hill Country (as usual)! It doesn’t change the fact that there’s plenty of work that’s got to be done to get ready for the upcoming hunting seasons. Staying… Continue Reading “How to Keep it Cool When It’s Sooo Damned Hot!”

My Favorite Yeti (the 105)

It’s still the hottest part of the summer in the Texas Hill Country.  However, there’s plenty for hunters to do in the sweltering heat.  The feeders have to be filled. The overgrown roads need to be cleared.  In many cases, hunting camp trailers, cabins… Continue Reading “My Favorite Yeti (the 105)”

Springtime for the Deerslayer’s Wife

Deer season is over.  The freezers are full. Most people would think that there’s no reason to head out to the hunting lease or ranch.  Au contraire, mon ami! This is the time of year that we clean out watering troughs, trim branches that… Continue Reading “Springtime for the Deerslayer’s Wife”

Why Sous Vide is Perfect for the Hunting Camp

Imagine….. autumn has arrived and it’s time to head out to the hunting camp. There’s so much to do! There are feeders to fill, game cameras to check, brush to cut. With all the work to be done, often supper gets “put on the… Continue Reading “Why Sous Vide is Perfect for the Hunting Camp”

Hunters, Read This Before It’s Too Late!

Okay, this isn’t actually an emergency.  But it IS one of those things that needs to be said early in the hunting season.  Read on. As many of you know, I’m a huge fan of Hank Shaw, celebrated author of several outstanding wild game… Continue Reading “Hunters, Read This Before It’s Too Late!”

Turkeys!

  When we purchased our hunting property a year ago, we hoped that there would be enough game to meet our needs.  That translates to “fill our freezers”.  The place had been over-hunted for sure.  But it was a decent size for us, was… Continue Reading “Turkeys!”

Sometimes the Simplest Things Make a Big Difference

It’s deer season in South Texas !  So it’s time to head out for the big hunt!  Getting the all the STUFF to the hunting camp can often be one of the biggest problems for hunters, though, bigger than deciding which rifle to take.… Continue Reading “Sometimes the Simplest Things Make a Big Difference”

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