MeatEater Debuts Podcast, Airs A Burger-Cooking Special Tonight

Steven Rinella and the "extended bullshit session"
Jan 29, 2015 4:30 pm

MeatEater host Steven Rinella has been quite busy lately. He debuted his podcast last week, chatting with many of his show's frequent guests about a variety of hunting and fishing topics. MeatEater is also airing a burger-cooking special tonight. More information, right this way.

Venison Is Tasty But Tricky: Here's How To Turn Your Fresh Kill Into Killer Tacos

Tenderize it, don't criticize it
Nov 11, 2014 2:00 pm

If you hunt, or you're at least lucky enough to have a generous hunter in your life, you already know that deer meat can be tasty as a roast, a steak, stir-fry, meatballs, burgers, sausages and more — just as long as you cook it properly. Laurie Woolever shows us how it's done. With tortillas.

15 Crispy, Fatty, Unctuous Reasons We Love Eating Every Part Of The Duck

Hunting, searing, curing, confit-ing and eating
Aug 1, 2014 9:00 am

There are just so many reasons to love eating duck. It's certainly a versatile protein, capable of being fried up into nuggets, stuffed into Chinese pancakes and turned into bacon. That's right, duck bacon! It's also one of the most fruit-friendly proteins out there (no offense, pork), pairing seamlessly with apple, pineapple and even Orangina. You had...

Steven Rinella On The History Of The Great Bear Bacon Trade In America

Tribute to the MeatEater's main man Daniel Boone
Jul 31, 2014 2:15 pm

In honor of tonight’s season premiere of MeatEater, we’re excited to release the first installment of a new animated special from Zero Point Zero Production. In this short clip, Steven Rinella narrates the story of one of his heroes – Daniel Boone – and his storied black bear enterprise in Kentucky. Bear bacon is included. The video serves as a sort of primer for this evening's premiere, which is titled “Boone & Bugles: Kentucky Bull Elk,” and chronicles Rinella’s first eastern elk hunt.

Georgia Pellegrini Says We Should All Be Eating Squirrel

The 'Girl Hunter' and chef offers creative advice
Jun 19, 2014 10:00 am

We are featuring Q&As from our recent Food Republic Interview Lounge at the W Austin during the Austin Food & Wine Festival, including video excerpts of the sessions with host Richard Martin. Next up is Georgia Pellegrini, the hunter, chef, TV personality, travel guide and author of three books, including Girl Hunter and the recent Modern Pioneering

Austin Hunter And Butcher Jesse Griffiths Transitions From The Field To The Café

Dai Due's farmers market fare goes brick & mortar
Apr 15, 2014 9:00 am

After years of cooking at the farmers market and supper clubs, butcher, chef, hunter, educator and author Jesse Griffiths will debut a brick-and-mortar of his Dai Due Butcher Shop in East Austin, Texas this summer. All about the upcoming restaurant, his points of inspiration and why exactly it's better to buy meat at your farmers’ market, after the jump.

Video: Steven Rinella Hunts And Cooks Ducks With Joe Rogan

It's sky to plate with these MeatEaters
Feb 20, 2014 4:30 pm

Ready your duck calls, it's time to get up at 5 in the morning to hunt! We got our hands on this extra scene from tonight's episode of MeatEater with Steven Rinella, where he tackles the wildlife of Wisconsin. This clip's a perfect little tidbit, because Rinella's favorite game meat is freshly killed duck. Watch him bag, dress and cook the birds (and warning, it's potentially NSFW, and definitely NSFVegans) after the jump.

Video: Steven Rinella Makes Wild Ram Meatball Sliders

Super Bowl sliders: ready for a wild game? We are.
Jan 31, 2014 12:00 pm

Just because Steven Rinella took down a Dall sheep, holy grail of any wild game hunter, and made meatballs out of it doesn't mean you have to. You can use the meat from that moose or buffalo you shot. But the unique flavor of game meat mixed with the old standby of pork fat makes for some seriously delicious party food, and there's an important football game right around the corner. Watch the video, make the sliders, after the jump.


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