hunter gatherer

    • 12.16.16

      I Went Hunting for a Partridge in a Tree

      The traditional Lac St-Jean tourtière is a succulent combination of potatoes and game (usually a mix of hare, partridge, and moose) baked into a rich, savory pie. And the best way to find your filling is by hunting it yourself.

    • 12.12.16

      'Hunter Gatherer' Depicts the Struggles of a Former Inmate

      We talk with actor Andre Royo and writer/director Joshua Locy about the slow burn success of their new film, Hunter Gatherer.

    • 8.17.16

      How to Hunt for Frog Legs on a Golf Course

      Michelin-starred chef Iliana Regan seems like the kind of person who’d spend a Sunday evening catching up on Stranger Things, not out stabbing frogs. But she showed me how to hunt and kill some amphibians on a golf course.

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    • 11.19.15

      Hunting and Gathering on the Streets of LA

      I joined Pascal Baudar, a self-professed “wild culinary alchemist,” on a foraging tour through one of LA's least forest-like neighborhoods.

    • 10.25.15

      Hunting in the Hills of Nagaland

      I traveled to the Indian state of Nagaland—the site of one of the longest running insurgencies in Asia—in order to fish, hunt, and share in the forest’s bounty.

    • 4.3.15

      Why I'm a Closeted Duck Hunter

      I grew up hunting everything from deer and ducks in Louisiana, but it wasn't until I came into contact with one chef who changed the way that I view the sport that has made me a different hunter, a better chef, and leader.

    • 2.16.15

      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...

    • 2.9.15

      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.

    • 9.22.14

      I Got Caught Up in Tribal Warfare in Papua New Guinea

      The hills I lived in have seen countless battles over the last few thousand years. With weapons made of stone and wood, victory relied on skill, but didn't always result in the death of the enemy. Assault rifles will change everything.