Die of a Kombucha Overdose in This Modern Version of 'Oregon Trail'
Welcome to 2017. This is what Oregon has become.
Being a Chef Made Me Forget I Have a Micropenis
When I entered puberty I realized I was very different from the other boys. I shut myself off, worrying all the time that I'd get found out, and wound up feeling completely devoid of masculinity. That changed when I became a chef.
Vancouver’s Only Aboriginal Restaurant’s Got Game
Serving braised bison back ribs and game sausages, pulled boar and elk burgers, Indian tacos, and bannock bread pudding, Salmon n’ Bannock Bistro is the city’s only First Nations restaurant open year-round.
This Berlin Burger Joint Is Serving Venison Currywurst and Pulled Boar
The brothers behind Hirsch & Eber grew up in rural Germany in a family of avid hunters, at a time when eating game wasn't considered fine dining. Nowadays, however, the trio do a brisk business selling boar burgers and venison-boar currywurst.
I Ate Deer Roadkill and It Was Delicious
I recently attended an upscale version of the decades-old game dinners common in smaller New England communities, which offered the titillating promise of professionally prepared roadkill.
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Blood Custard Tastes Better Than It Sounds
Glasgow chef Craig Grozier is the proud mastermind behind hare blood custard: a dish channelling Scottish produce and traditional cooking techniques. “With Scottish ingredients, just get quality produce and cook it simply,” he explains.
This Chef Is Serving Hares in Jugs
Standing in the kitchen of London game emporium The Jugged Hare, chef Steve Englefield opens a bag containing a skinned hare and a teacup’s worth of blood.
Shooting Game Birds Is Still an Ethical Dilemma in Britain
As the British shooting season begins and grouse dishes appear on high end restaurant menus, so too does the controversy surrounding the shooting of game birds, or what animal rights groups label “gratuitous violence.”
Britain Is Eating More Deer Than Ever
Sales of game meat in the UK rose by nearly 10 percent last year, something market researchers put down to the growing popularity of venison. Soz, Bambi.
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...
LA Health Department Not Delighted By Supermarket Selling Whole Dead Raccoons
Yesterday, the health department paid a visit to Metro Supermarket after reports of it selling whole frozen raccoons, but no one is really sure whether it's illegal.
The vast majority of the Quebec population considers the Lac St-Jean of this classic holiday game pie to be the real deal.
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