Wild Duck Breast Pâté

Pâté always seems like such a special occasion hors-d’oeuvre. It’s traditional and it’s French so it has to be formal, right? Wrong! I always like to have a ramekin of pâté in my fridge to bring out with crackers any time company stops by…

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My Wedding Registry! Hunting, Home, and Beyond

I’ve been asked to share a quick peek at how my registry for my November wedding is coming along! Lots of copper, wood accents, feather accents, sharp knives, and drinking accessories… as you can see 🙂 I have to admit, picking out my “dream…

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A Winter’s Walk / Farewell February

As I write this, an oversized English Setter is laying across my legs. The wind is gusting outside and I think it may snow as the temperatures take a colder turn tonight. It’s probably because I travel now, and often to warmer climates, but…

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Healthy, Happy, Hunting, and Here We Go 2016!

Not just a new year, a new era.. It feels good to be writing. It is so true that writing really is a muscle that needs to be worked out and used. December 2015 was one for the record books – getting engaged is…

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Hunting Hungary

There is a Hungarian proverb that says, Madarat tolláról, embert barátjáról, or “You can judge a bird from it’s feathers and a person from their friends”. I hope you enjoy these photos of the beautiful Hungarian birds, boar, and their hunting traditions. I’m so thankful for…

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Sportsman Spotlight: Q & A with ‘From Field to Plate’ founder Jeremiah Doughty

From Field to Plate’s rapidly increasing popularity among outdoorsmen is due to chef Doughty’s consistent culinary creativity with a wide variety of game meat harvested from land and sea. “The Wild Chef” Jeremiah Doughty is the person responsible for those mouth-watering photos of beautifully presented meals as…

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