Purchase your digital downloads of MeatEater here. Along with two buddies, Steve is dropped deep into the Tok backcountry. His typical prey includes various species of deer, wild pigs and other hoofed animals, but he's also been known to shoot bears and mountain lions which, fortunately, he chooses not to eat. As the cold Alaskan winter approaches, bears flock to the high country of Alaska's Chugach Range while feasting on cranberry and blueberry. He doesn't just kill the animals for the fun of killing them, though; once they're dead, he fries them up and eats them.
Using the hearts from a wild boar, mule deer, caribou, moose and elk, Steve shares five of his favorite methods of preparing th. . The hard work and long hike pays off, as berry-fed black bears provide some of the finest tasting meat available to the American hunter. Guided only by waypoints shared by a buddy of his, Steven encounters plenty of elk but is plagued by other hunters at every turn — leaving Steven with a tough, ethical decision that. Whether glassing for Montana Mule deer, or rooting out Javelina in Texas, Rinella defers to his backcountry roots, challenging himself at every corner while providing a memorable adventure along the way. The men will travel light and hunt for food as they go, basing out of an alpin.
His biggest challenge here is the vast expanse of hills covered in enough timber to hide an army — demanding lots of glassing an. In this non-fiction series, sportsman Steven Rinella takes his guns to far-flung locations and stalks his prey. More First Aired: January 8, 2012. As summer turns to fall, the bears have exhausted low-elevation fruit and their quest to fatten up pushes them into higher and less accessible terrain. After several flights and a long climb up the ridge, the men will trade secrets and look into the differences and similarities betw.
Cathead biscuits, sawmill gravy, and fried small game round out the Kentucky adventure. To find the best-tasting game meat, you have to earn it. Following a series of successful hunts across North America this past fall, Steve demonstrates how to cook a variety of breakfast classics using wild game ingredients—including black bear bacon, w. In MeatEater, author and hunter Steven Rinella deconstructs and masters hunting techniques; tracks and pursues prey; and procures his food. After a rugged hike through nasty weather. Appetites will run large as Steve makes a special meal.
Gray squirrels with tree hounds and cottontails with beagles, in Kentucky, it's the dogs that do the hunting. On this special Holiday episode Steve cooks three enticing dishes: Wild Turkey Galantine, Smoked Black Bear Ham, and his take on the traditional Mincemeat Pie. Steven Rinella prepares a collection of killer appetizers from animals harvested on recent MeatEater episode. . .
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