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Of late we are smitten with a rather homely blog whose?content is so good, and its straightforwardness so compelling, that it overcomes its strangely distracting design and ads for cutting down belly fat.?Hunter Angler Gardener Cook is Hank Shaw‘;s site about being just that:

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“;I fish. I dig earth, raise plants, live for food and kill wild animals…;But most of all I think daily about new ways to cook and eat anything that walksvintage cushion covers, flies, swims, crawls, skitters, jumps –; or grows…;Honest food is what I’;m seeking…;I am especially interested in those meats and veggies that people don’;t eat much any more, like pigeons or shad or cardoons.”;

Shaw blogs his “;wanderings in the edible world”; and explorations of foods that strike his fancy –; explorations that invariably lead to improvising and figuring things out himself. The blog is a good place for learning about what’;s REALLY in season, and what to do with foods you’;ve foraged one way or another, or have just wondered about.?We like his?step-by-step instructions (with photos) of how to break down a (game) bird, and make bottarga (salt-cured fish roe), and are impressed with his thoughts on Wild Game Fat and Flavor, which we haven’;t seen written about elsewhere. And even though we can’;t get with his use of garlic powder and Instacure No.2 (sodium nitrite) in what looks like an otherwise fine recipe for Lardo, we love his original voice and take and insights into the process of sussing out a new ingredient; the guy is game to learn and get his hands dirty.

The blog is a fine reminder of what is out there, from acorns and borage, to elderflower and shad: all the fabulous possibilities for eating in the natural world…;We want some of Shaw’;s?nettle risotto…;

Holly A. Heyser


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