Isabella Rozendaal

Germany

Dressing My First Deer Cut Me to the Core

While on a hunting trip in Germany, I got up close and personal with Franz Joseph—not the Austrian emperor, but a majestic old stag who lived his life in a deer park.
Isabella Rozendaal
4.22.15
Hunter/gatherer

Hunting Wild Boar Is a Waiting Game in Pitch-Black Darkness

Hunting season is coming to an end, so I’m going on one last big game hunt in Germany with a guy named Sjoerd. He's the first hunter I've met from my generation in Amsterdam, which is unique because hunting in Holland is hardly a youthful affair.
Isabella Rozendaal
4.15.15
hunting

Cooking Wild Duck Is a Plucking Matter

I’ve eaten freshly shot elk heart for breakfast in the Rockies; I’ve removed the scrotum of a German boar without batting an eye. But that was all in the great outdoors. The presence of wild duck innards in my living room is a culinary labor of love I...
Isabella Rozendaal
2.16.15
Recipe

Wild Duck Sausage with Orange and Fennel

Pork belly balances the gamey flavor of wild duck in this hearty hunters sausage with fennel and oranges.
Isabella Rozendaal
2.16.15
hunting

I Went Duck Hunting with Dutch Aristocrats

Only two percent of the Dutch population hunts. Americans call hunting a sport, but Dutch hunters will go to great lengths to make sure nobody interprets what they do as pleasurable—even though they love it.
Isabella Rozendaal
2.9.15
The Photo Issue 2007

Isabella Rozendaal

Friendship is very important to me. These photos are all of my good friend Wyne Veen. Wyne was in most of my photos for a long time for obvious reasons: She was always around and she is quite pretty. She looks good with or without clothes. This is a...
Isabella Rozendaal
7.1.07