Exploring the gap between what we eat and where we get it.

14 Lessons from the 2021-2022 Hunting Season

I’m finding value in the good, bad, and ugly from throughout the season.

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Starve-Proof: Jonathan Wilkins on Hunting, Resiliency, and Black Duck Revival

Hunter, writer, educator, and Black Duck Revival Founder Jonathan Wilkins shares his thoughts on hunting culture and more.

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Hunter Matt Hardinge on Try Upland and His Own Journey Into the Sport

Fanatical upland hunter Matt Hardinge shares his backstory, the difference between the UK and U.S., and bringing new hunters to the sport.

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The Holy Grail: How to Find a Hunting Lease

Here are six tried and true methods for tracking down the perfect hunting lease (and it doesn't involve Facebook).

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4 Reasons You Should Be Fishing for (and Eating) Blue Catfish

There are big, prolific, and delicious fish lurking in a lake or river near you, and far too many anglers ignore them.

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Recipe of the Month: Pheasant Scrapple

Crispy, sweet, and savory, scrapple is a hidden gem that immigrated from Germany, through my grandpa’s kitchen, and into my heart.

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Pure Focus: Exploring Hunting and Photography with John Hafner

Famed photographer John Hafner reflects on his career, hunting life, and how both passions have fed the other.

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5 Tips for Hunting Public Land in Texas

Public land in Texas seem bleak, but if you put yourself in the right position, there are millions of wild acres at your fingertips.

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Recipe of the Month: Wild Pig Chile Verde

It’s tangy, a bit spicy, and can turn even the gamiest of meats into a tender and tasty meal.

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Jesse Griffiths on the Myths, Controversies, and Delicacies of Feral Pigs

Chef, author, angler, and hunter Jesse Griffiths on why he wrote a 400-page book about one of tastiest invasive species you'll ever eat.

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Photo Essay: Exploring the Beautiful, Desolate, and Dry Expanse of West Texas

Camera in-hand, I hit the road to battle desert boogers, nosy skunks, and the beautiful desolation of West Texas.

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Start With a Bang: The First Hunting Gun You Should Buy

Overwhelmed by calibers, gauges, and model numbers? Ignore all of that and I’ll tell you the first hunting gun every hunter should buy.

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9 Tips for Developing a Recipe

At great personal and professional risk, I’m offering up advice for developing a recipe on your own, without needing sites like this one.

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Hunting and Cooking Wild Game: The Heart Behind Field & Food

Welcome to Field & Food. My name is Steve Schwartz and I’ve been a professional writer for about 10 years now, as well as an avid/struggling/obsessive angler, hunter, and cook.

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JT Van Zandt on the Ethics, History, and Responsibility Behind His Hunting Life

Fly-fishing guide, hunter, and overall thoughtful guy JT Van Zandt talks through ethics, heirloom guns, and shooting what you eat.


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