Preparing food for consumption with the use of heat
Season 4 - Episode 1 We're Back From a Break The Green Machine is No More Tales from the Chub Tank Best Way to Rig Chubs? Best Chub Rods? NEW Engel Aerator Almost Here, Got 3 Skywin Brand Fish Aerator Pumps from Amazon Lake Levels on the Missouri River System & Devils Lake Dakota Waters My 2nd Home This Summer What's Going to Be THE Cocktail This Summer? What's Cooking on the Stone?? How Will Gas Prices Effect Summer Trips Headlines 3 Men Fined Thousands for Taking Too Many Carp https://www.outdoorlife.com/fishing/three-fishermen-fined-thousands-of-dollars-for-keeping-too-many-carp/ There's a Fungus Among Us https://www.clickondetroit.com/news/michigan/2022/05/20/mushroom-hunting-in-michigan-beware-dozens-of-poisonous-species/ Many Catches 800 Sawfish While Tarpon Fishing https://www.wabi.tv/2022/05/19/like-catching-unicorn-hampden-man-reels-rare-fish/ What Separates One Trolling Rod from Another? Sexiest Crankbait Stock Patterns Today Should We Do a Custom Crankbait Contest??? (random entries - public chooses) Best Planer Boards Mille Lacs Minute Hard to Get Motor Replacement Parts, Trolling Motors Active Target vs. Live Scope vs. Mega Best Ice Cream Flavor of ALL-TIME???
On today's HowToBBQRight Podcast, we're feeding TWO families for Palmer Home this year (00:43), and preparing for a SCA Cookoff in Melbourne, AK in August (03:33). We loved being on our own “tent island” this year for MiM (07:56), though that didn't stop the thief that made away with Chell's cooler (10:20). I turned in a modified Chick-Fil-A sauce for the mustard sauce competition (15:30), and Wright on Que got us FIRST PLACE in Turkey (18:23). Mikey was a true Wing-Man with his perfect-score recipe (22:53), and we were all glad when the Nacho Machine made it through the night of thievery (25:24). Outlaw BBQ brought us some technically perfect chicken drums (26:45), and our Wagyu brisket and filets were probably too much for the judges to handle (31:06). We were able to hold over our bacon-wrapped stuffed shrimp (34:06) all the way through a severe weather warning (35:03). Kevin's Bison Ribeyes were just like Wagyu Beef (38:53), and I was officially declared “in charge” during the awards ceremony (41:34). Our ribs were torn apart by the blind box judges (45:10), but we got some amazing beer from “the Butter Man” from Minnesota (53:13). We narrowly avoided a sewage-smelling disaster on Saturday (55:09). We're about to film a Memorial Day Grinder Sandwich recipe (57:53), and Chris from the H2Q Community won our “Best Rib Picture” contest on Facebook (1:00:10).
This week on Inside Julia's Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes television producer Kimberly Carver, the force behind both “Julia,” the HBOMax scripted series inspired by Julia's life, and “The Julia Child Challenge,” a Food Network cooking competition. Todd and Kimberly discuss how both shows came to be, the public reaction and whether we've hit maximum Julia or there's room for more. Plus, as always, Kimberly shares a Julia Moment.Photo Courtesy of Kimberly CarverInside Julia's Kitchen is Powered by Simplecast.
As a single mother with two children, life can be complicated. You have a million and one things to do and negative time to do it all. Cooking, cleaning, working, taking care of the children; there isn't enough time for those things, let alone taking time for yourself or a significant other. The topic for this week's Fridays with Ferne episode is about having a life independent of your children. How do you do your own things without feeling guilty for leaving your children behind?Join the conversation!https://www.frameofmindcoaching.com/podcastRead the episode's transcript here:https://www.buzzsprout.com/1252997/episodes/10646336You can listen to another episode on parenting and how to make time for yourself here:https://www.frameofmindcoaching.com/podcast/analiza-wolfDo you struggle with this too? Do you have a case you'd like us to discuss? Share your story! And if there's a challenge you'd like to talk about here on the podcast or privately, please reach out to us:email@example.com@live.com
Welcome to the Budget Kitchen series! This is the second series on eating on a budget- the last was all about shopping on a budget. THIS series is about COOKING and EATING on a budget. Yes- shopping on a budget is important , but if you're not planning, stocking and cooking in a budget-friendly way, you might still be finding yourself going over budget, month after month. And with skyrocketing food prices, there is no better time to start learning how to eat well, on a budget. This series is designed to help you to create a budget-friendly kitchen, whatever your budget might be!Get on the Budget Kitchen Guide Waitlist: bit.ly/bkwaitlistPrevious Budget Episodes:How we eat well on a budgetHow to create your grocery budgetHow to spend your grocery budget15 Tips for Sticking to your grocery budgetConnect with Kris:Website + RecipesHealthy Mama Kris InstagramHealthy Mama Budget Instagram
Each week BusinessDesk and the NZ Herald's Cooking the Books podcast tackles a different money problem. Today, it's the Government's announcements on tackling cost of living, and whether it will make a difference for you. Hosted by Frances Cook. Budget day is a big deal for, well, basically all of us. The Government opens up its cheque book and decides who is getting what, with big ripple effects throughout the country and economy. This year, they've clearly decided to take a shot at the cost of living. There's a one-off payment of $350 for people earning under $70,000 a year, there are changes aimed at the price of fuel and public transport, the supermarkets are in for change, and even housing gets a tweak. But is it enough? Let's dive into the details, for this special bonus episode. For the latest podcast I talked to Pattrick Smellie, Managing Editor of BusinessDesk. For the episode, listen to the podcast. If you have a question about this podcast, or question you'd like answered in the next one, come and talk to me about it. I'm on Facebook here , Instagram here, and Twitter here. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's episode, Zarela and Aarón are thrilled to welcome Chef Rodolfo Castallanos to talk about how traditional Mexican foodways are being reinterpreted in the contemporary Mexican culinary scene. Rodolfo starts by sharing his cooking philosophy - beginning with inspiration from the seasons and culminating in his return home to open Origen. He discusses how French culinary education has been incorporated by Mexican chefs, and Zarela asks him to share some Oaxacan culinary building blocks.For more recipes from Zarela and Aarón, visit zarela.com and chefaaronsanchez.comHeritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Cooking in Mexican from A to Z by becoming a member!Cooking in Mexican from A to Z is produced by HotDish Productions and powered by Simplecast.
Back once again with the f-ill behaviour, it's Owen Lloyd Martin with another live cookery demo, live from the Amazing Austin Bros studios in Al-Viagra, Central Portugal - today featuring a much-anticipated and longed-for vegetarian offering!Find out more about Owen here: https://www.facebook.com/owensfoodalchemyBuy him a drink here: firstname.lastname@example.org on PayPalContact: email@example.comWith grateful thanks to the Amazing Austin Brothers for their help in front of and behind the cameras, and in production - Terence and Gary.---Join this channel to get access to clips and exclusives:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCONoNEVBaAyCFcY6QpaFvbA/joinSerious about moving to Portugal? Join Expats Portugal's step-by-step, fully supported plan here: https://expatsportugal.com/premium-plus/Support the site and forum (and get discounts and perks) by becoming a Premium Member: https://expatsportugal.com/upgrade/Carl 'Your man in Portugal' Munson is available for one-to-one consultations as part of Expats Portugal's Ask Our Expats team - https://expatsportugal.com/ask-our-expats-portugal/
Today marks the all-important World Bee Day, a chance to acknowledge their role in so much of our essential daily lives, and time to consider how we can help them thrive.We're celebrating World Bee Day this year on ‘grow, cook, eat, arrange' by bringing some top tips on creating a natural haven for these fuzzy friends, which flowers are best for visual flair and feeding bees, plus some fantastic actions we can take before we even consider our own gardens.In this episode, discover:Our extraordinary reliance on the wonderful bee population for everyday essentialsHow we can tend more considerately to our own garden, and encourage the same from councilsThe top plants for providing bees their necessary nutrientsWhy we should do away with the leaf blower and provide more mess to protect beesOrder Sarah's book: https://bit.ly/2TWHJczOrder Arthur's book: https://bit.ly/3xOov7HShop on the Sarah Raven Website: http://bit.ly/3jvbaeuGet in touch: firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow Sarah: https://bit.ly/3jDTvBpFollow Arthur: https://bit.ly/3jxSKK5View all products mentioned and find further advice from Sarah: https://bit.ly/3f2DFiH
In each of these 15 minute episodes, we walk you all the way through one recipe and then list five others. All in, you'll get 6 easy weeknight dinner ideas that we've tested. Links for these recipes + products are in the FREE area of our Didn't I Just Feed You Community.
It's the cake company that was truly born on the bayou—Bayou Saint Cake from Pastry Chef Bronwen Wyatt. Bronwen joins host Kerry Diamond to share her journey from making rolled cakes out of the Joy of Cooking cookbook at age 8 to launching a custom cake business out of necessity during the pandemic in New Orleans. Learn how this thoughtful cake artist channels her love of art and seasonality to create some of the most original and festive baked goods around. Thank you to Käserei Champignon, the maker of Cambozola cheese, and California Prunes for supporting this episode. Radio Cherry Bombe is recorded at Newsstand Studios at Rockefeller Center in New York City. Our theme song is by the band Tra La La.Subscribe to our newsletter and check out past episodes and transcripts here!More on Bronwen: Instagram, WebsiteCheck out Bayou Saint Cake's recipe for Almond Cake with Prune-Raspberry Butter here!
Jeff Stanfield & Andy Shaver are joined by Chef Jean-Paul Bourgeois from Duck Camp Dinners. The guys discuss when Jean-Paul knew he was comfortable in front of a camera, getting his start in a New York City restaurant, coastal erosion in Louisiana, his hunting plans for this coming waterfowl season, and he lists his top 5 favorite places to eat.
Impact Culinary Training is a 12-week, no-cost training program for 16-24 year olds from the city's West Side. The program aims to diversify our city's kitchens while improving an often stressful and difficult workplace. Host - Jon Hansen
This week, Gilly is with the woman who made Cooking the Books happen in the first place! When Melissa Hemsley said yes to her invitation to be on a brand new indie podcast two years ago and before they'd even met, the rest of the A-listers flooded in. And that's because she's not just the best-selling green queen of Eat Happy and Eat Green, but one of the most generous, genuine and well-respected members of the food community. Her latest book Feel Good is what makes her so compelling as a read, both in her books and on her social media. Mental health, grief, joy and purpose, Melissa-shaped, coming your way.To get 10% off the Essentials online course that I'm doing over over the next 6 months, go to leithsonline.com/courses/essential-cooking Click ‘enrol' on course page and apply the code: GILLY10 at checkout: And if you fancy a Free Hollandaise mini-course – Sign up for a Workshop account or login at: app.workshop.ws/profile and click ‘Redeem Coupon' on the sidebar and enter code GILLYSGIFT See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hollerin with Hollenbeck: NFL Draft Not Interested, Bowling League Interested, 80's 90's Fair Picture Business Super Interested, Whats Cooking? Fish
We're thrilled to have Australian music icon Russell Morris join us on the Food Bytes podcast this week. Russell gives us a fascinating insight into the music scene, frenzied fans and life on the road, and also shares with us his super smoothie recipe (just add peanut butter!) This week's Friday Food Poll is a meaty debate, with ribs and chicken wings going head to head -- Presented by Sarah Patterson & Kevin Hillier Broadcast each Sunday on the ACE Radio Network - https://aceradio.com.au/ Subscribe in iTunes! https://apple.co/2M43hOS Find us on Spotify https://spoti.fi/2PPAoEB Prefer iHeart Radio? https://ihr.fm/2LqCbQ2 Follow us on Facebook... https://www.facebook.com/foodbyteswithsarahpatterson/ Twitter & Instagram - @sarahfoodbytes Post-production by Steve Visscher | Southern Skies Media for Howdy Partners Media | www.howdypartnersmedia.com.au/podcasts © 2022 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on Virgin Mornings, Adam, TJ and Jax discuss Netflix going through some big changes and losses (2:21) Jax was cornered by raccoons getting to work today (6:46 / 17:06), and a list of gross rules people ignore or may not recognize when cooking (22:18) Listen to Virgin Mornings every weekday from 5:30am - 10am on 99.9 Virgin Radio Toronto. Catch Ghosted on Tuesday's at 8am!
No, your kids don't count as "friends." :) Join our hosts as they discuss the question: Has friendship changed after becoming a mother? Have you found new friends through motherhood, and have you been able to maintain old friendships at all? How do you deal with this issue of friendship for your own kids?Join hosts Nabeeha and Wardah as they discuss what friendship has looked like over the years, before and after motherhood.~~~Keep up with new episodes at MuslimMomsPodcast.com and for feedback, topic ideas, or to keep the conversation going, email us at email@example.comTo support this show, please rate, review, and subscribe on Apple Podcasts.This show is produced and edited by Jawaad Khan.
Big Ben talks about Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals as the Miami Heat defeat the Boston Celtics, the NBA implementing an in-season tournament next year, Maller to the Third Degree, Cooking w/ Roberto, Password: Word Game of the Stars, and much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ben Maller talks about Matt Harvey getting a 60-game suspension for doing drugs and Trevor Bauer ripping the MLB for the punishment, Too Much or Not Enough, Cooking w/ Roberto, and much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode I get really vulnerable about some of the hard conversations I've had to have and hopefully help you to have your own. I share some of the tips I learned in therapy about having these conversations and also some things to avoid. We are making some peach cobbler cinnamon rolls today as well and they will knock your socks off. Support the show
Not just the most important meal of the day but maybe the best food you can have during the day! Jim Gaffigan's dream meal is put together as the guys talk about their favorite breakfast foods. Donuts, Bacon, Eggs of any style, what will be #1?
Episode Notes Host Liren Baker talks to Chef Ji Hye Kim, the chef and managing partner of the restaurant Miss Kim, based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Chef Ji Hye has had the distinct honor of being recognized as a Food & Wine Best New Chef in 2021 as well as a James Beard Semifinalist in 2020 in 2022. In this episode, Chef Ji Hye talks about her journey as a chef, the inspiration behind her restaurant, and how she cooks traditional Korean cuisine inspired by her mother's cooking with local Michigan ingredients. Learn more about Miss Kim https://misskimannarbor.com Follow Ji Hye Kim @chefjihyekim Follow Miss Kim @misskimannarbor
Stephanie Cmar knows Kristen Kish. Years before Top Chef, Fast Foodies and Iron Chef, Stephanie and Kristen were just two young chefs working and living together in Boston. They open up to Joel Murphy about their 15-year friendship. It's a bond so epic they need two episodes to chronicle it completely. (You can support the show and your local bookstores by purchasing Kristen's books or any others we've mentioned on the show through our bookshop.) Theme Song: "Exotica" by Juanitos Stephanie Knows Some Shit is part of the Peak Sloth Podcast Network. Hear more shows at PeakSloth.com.
Practical Prepping Podcast, Episode #227, "Cooking Without Electricity."In many natural disasters, we often lose electricity, occasionally for extended time. This creates a challenge in preparing food. We must have alternatives for preparing food.In this episode, we explore many options for cooking without electricity, and some creative ways to bake, fry, and slow cook.We must stress that USING A GRILL INSIDE IS DANGEROUS AND CAN KILL! A propane cook stove inside can be safely used for short periods in well ventilated areas.Here are some of the options we discuss for alternative cooking methods when the power is off.Butane stove, Rocket stove, alcohol stove, backpack stovesGrills may be used for more than grilling:Side burner UseageUsing a crock pot insert for slow cookIngBakingFryingRoastingSmokingTurkey fryers are for more than frying turkeysCooking On Open FiresFireplaceCamp firesWith foil & Disposable pansHeating WaterTurkey fryersOpen firesFireplacesIf you find value in the podcast, would you consider supporting us?Your support helps us keep the podcast up and running, as well as growing. Here are several ways you can help:Amazon affiliate - start your shopping from our websiteIt costs you nothing extra, but pays us a little commission to support the podcast.Buy Us A Cup of Coffeebuymeacoffee.com/practicalprepBuy one of our books "Practical Prepping For Everyday People" "Making Contact During Emergencies" Linked from our website, On Amazon, or wherever books are sold.Contact us.Practical PreppingWebsite: www.practicalprepping.infoEmail at firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite design and hosting by ProLine DesignsCopyright 2022, Practical PreppingJoin us every weekday for more episodes of Practical Prepping Podcast.
Welcome to May 18, 2022 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate the crafty cleanup and puffed up cheese. Cooking and then sharing a meal with loved ones is one of the best things in life. The cleanup afterwards…not so much. So thank goodness for socialite Josephine Cochrane. Her household staff had broken too many pieces of her good china during cleaning, so she came up with an idea for washing the dishes mechanically. Cochrane enlisted the help of George Butters to build the first practical dishwasher. Her invention debuted at the 1893 World's Fair in Chicago, Illinois and has been a mainstay in kitchens ever since. It doesn't matter if you use liquid or powdered detergent–or even whether you put the utensil handles up or down, on National No Dirty Dishes Day put that dishwasher to use! The word soufflé is a French word meaning to puff or to breathe. And many Americans hold their breath while making a soufflé, because frankly they can be hard to master. This is probably because there are so many ways to fail when baking one. You might whip the egg whites too much or too little. And don't even think about opening the oven door too soon or making a loud noise while they bake. The first recipe for soufflé appeared in 1742, and this culinary masterpiece is still regarded as a worthy challenge. On National Cheese Soufflé Day, celebrate by breathing new life into an old recipe that's sure to win over a crowd. I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today Johnny is joined by BBQ professional Craig Tabor to talk about his new cookbook Live Fire Cooking (Available June 14, 2022) Get The Cookbook: https://www.amazon.com/Live-Fire-Fundamentals-Techniques-Transform/dp/164567522X Follow Craig @: Web: https://www.craigtabor.com/about-me.html IG: https://www.instagram.com/craigtabor/?hl=en FB: https://www.facebook.com/CraigTaborFireMaster/ Magnechef Link: https://magnechef.com/ Promo Code: ROYAL21 Follow / Watch / Listen to Us On: Podbean: https://pitlifebbq.podbean.com/ YouTube: Pit Life BBQ: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8kAoIunRV1MrSOCNQgJs8w Johnny Mags BBQ BBQ: https://youtube.com/channel/UCLjxKXL6-mXA3em8tf9HXHA Facebook: Pit Life BBQ: https://www.facebook.com/PitLifeBBQ Pit Life BBQ group page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1813600838747141/?ref=share New England Pitmasters: https://www.facebook.com/groups/newenglandpitmasters/ Instagram: @johnniehd77 @pitlifebbq Join us at the BBQ Pit. The Pit Life BBQ is a member of the United Podcast Network and is recorded live in front of a studio audience at the Studio 21 Podcast Café upstairs at Two Guys Smoke Shop in Salem, NH. Every Tuesday @ 5pm.
For this week's TNC Review: Susie and Leanne road test different types of popular cooking oils available in your supermarket. This episode is brought to you Cobram Estate Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Now, we understand how this could be seen as introducing an element of bias into this review. But rest assured, we have loved and promoted the health benefits of extra virgin olive oil long before our association with Cobram Estate. It's just a happy coincidence that Cobram Estate has been kind enough to support our podcast. So sit back, relax and enjoy and tune in on Sunday for our next episode of The Nutrition Couch. Don't Miss an Episode Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast so you never miss an episode and follow us on social media @the_nutrition_couch_podcast to ask us questions & see our food product reviews. It would mean the world to us if you could leave us a 5 star review in the purple Apple podcast app (scroll to the bottom of the app to find the ratings and reviews) as this really helps push up higher in the charts to expose our podcast to more ears. Please follow Susie on her Instagram & Facebook and Leanne on her Instagram, TikTok and the Leanne Ward Nutrition Podcast.
Cooking oil, which includes several vegetable oils, are all expected to be in shorter supply over the next few months. The most utilized vegetable oil, palm oil, has gone up 50 percent, and canola oil is up by about 55 percent. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
From the CIA to the FBI, Tracy Walder shares her secret life of taking down some of the world's most notorious terrorists. When Tracy enrolled at USC, she ever thought she would leave the Delta Gamma House for the CIA and fly off to the Middle East under an alias. But a surprising opportunity combined with a powerful sense of duty led her to the front lines of the war on terrorism. Listen to this sorority girl who joined the CIA, hunted down terrorists, and stopped WMD plots before they could kill. She is a California girl who joined the FBI and helped catch foreign spies on American soil. She is trying to change the world…actually, she is! Tune in NOW and don't forget to subscribe, listen, rate, and review!
Tembi Locke is an actor, an author, a screenwriter, and a producer who really knows how to connect with her audience. Her New York Times bestselling book, From Scratch: A Memoir of Love, Sicily, and Finding Home was Reese Witherspoon's 2019 Book Club pick. Reese loved it so much, she's executive producing the adaptation for a Netflix series where Zoe Saldana will star as Tembi. Tembi's memoir, From Scratch, is a sweeping, autobiographical romance that follows an American woman as she falls in love with a Sicilian man while studying abroad in Italy and then builds a life with him in the United States. When she unexpectedly loses her young Italian chef husband to illness, she's challenged to pull herself through grief so she can raise their adopted daughter as they would have raised her together: with hope, joy, and infinite love. Cooking becomes a way for her to be close to Saro both in Los Angeles and in his mother, Nona's kitchen, and why mourning food (morning with a “u”) offers comfort and sustenance. It's why a bowl of pasta always makes us feel better. Tembi has over sixty film and television credits under her belt as an accomplished actor and is currently recurring on Never Have I Ever, a comedy created by Mindy Kaling. Offscreen, Tembi is a nationally recognized speaker for her keynotes on resilience, loss, and motherhood with her TEDx talk viewed by individuals and nonprofits worldwide. Tembi is here to remind us to embrace resilience, love, and the power of community. SHOW NOTE LINKS: Tembi Locke's Website Tembi Locke's Instagram Jeanette Yoffe on the Dear Family, Podcast about Adoption and Foster Care CONNECT WITH US! *Dear Family, Podcast Page *Write Now Rachel Website *Rachel's Blog @Medium *Rachel's Twitter *Facebook *Instagram PLEASE JOIN: *Dear Family Members, the Private Facebook Group WAYS TO HELP THE PODCAST: *PLEASE Leave a 5-Star Review and Subscribe! Thank you! Your support means the world to me. Wishing you love, happiness, and good mental health always.
Now, I want you to cast your mind back to that first lockdown (if you can bear it) and to think about the ways you chose to fill all that new found free time. Perhaps, like the participants of a survey conducted by the Paris Brain Institute to learn more about the effects of the pandemic on creativity, you decided to sharpen your culinary skills, or spent more time pottering in the garden. But what can this uptick in artistic endeavours in such strange circumstances tell us about the way we react to new situations? This and more was the topic of conversation between James Tytko and... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists
In the second of the three part podcast, CHEF Radio Live!, Chef Jenn Carroll joins Eli on stage to discuss her latest venture where she brings exciting and meaningful events to life with her company, Carroll Couture Cuisine, as well as all the amazing online work that she's doing to teach aspiring chefs and home cooks different recipes and techniques. They dive into her history working with such great chefs as Eric Ripert of Le Bernadin, the three Michelin starred temple of seafood in NYC, where she began training at a young age and where she impressed Chef Ripert so much that he sent her down to open is Philadelphia restaurant, Ten Arts in the mid-2000s. You ever wonder what kind of tree Jen would be if she was one? Well listen in and find out!
Hi, we're Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough. And we're on vacation this week. So we're rerunning a listener favorite (at least, if we can trust the download numbers). We're offering up our answers to some of the most common cooking mistakes we all make. Here are the segments of this episode of COOKING WITH BRUCE AND MARK: [00:50] Softening cream cheese when baking with it [4:02] Softening butter for baking [6:15] Testing meat to see if it's properly cooked [8:33] Cooking with the right heat [9:54] Measuring flour [12:31] Adding salt
Lured to Ramsey's Mississippi hunting camp by the prospect of cooking black bear venison for her first time--and it was absolutely amazing--The Gatherin' Girl, Chef Tori Loomis, takes a break from the kitchen to visit. After describing the several ways she's preparing venison heart, tenderloins, backstrap and shank, Loomis tells Ramsey about recent life happenings stretching from Florida to Utah and all points in between during her 35th journey around the sun. Loomis's recipe philosophy is like a pathway connecting her to people, places, nature and ultimately, a life well-lived. Always full bellies and full hearts when she's around. Related Links: @thegatheringgirl TheGatherinGirl.com Podcast Sponsors: BOSS Shotshells Benelli Shotguns Tetra Hearing Kanati Waterfowl Taxidermy Mojo Outdoors Tom Beckbe Flash Back Decoys Voormi GetDucks USHuntList It really is duck season somewhere for 365 days per year. Follow Ramsey Russell's worldwide duck hunting adventures as he chases real duck hunting experiences all year long: Instagram @ramseyrussellgetducks YouTube @GetDucks Facebook @GetDucks.com Please subscribe, rate and review Duck Season Somewhere podcast. Share your favorite episodes with friends! Business inquiries email@example.com