The Cook as Hunter

Mike Dwyer

Mike Dwyer is a former writer and contributor at Ordinary Times.

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3 Responses

  1. Damon says:

    I never hunted deer in the East. Frankly, the idea of parking my ass in a stand seemed boring. I did, growing up, hunt mule deer, in Eastern Washington State. There you were always on your feet hiking across the draws and such looking for the deer. But I was always more of a bird man. More action, more fun.

    Yummy chuckar, quail, etc.Report

  2. Damon says:

    And your totally right about the memories and experiences. Sadly, there are no quail around here, and sporting clays is a pale intimidation. And you can’t eat them 🙂Report

  3. North says:

    I regret not knowing any hunters in my area; not because I like hunting -I utterly lack the disposition for it in fact- but because I love the largess. Game is good eating, so flavorful and interesting. There’s always buying it but there’s something squirelly about buying game (hah!) that I can’t wrap my brain around.Report