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Dove Hunting in Cordoba, Argentina

When we first arrived in the Cordoba airport, the first thing I noticed is how hot it was.  It was like Africa hot.  Our outfitter picked us up in a truck that did not have air-conditioning and the three of us Reed, Dave and… Continue Reading “Dove Hunting in Cordoba, Argentina”

Marinaded Elk Sirloin Stir Fry

The other day I pulled what I thought to be elk hamburger out of the freezer, when I got home that evening I grabbed the now thawed hamburger.  To my surprise, it was not elk hamburger but elk sirloin.  This threw me for a… Continue Reading “Marinaded Elk Sirloin Stir Fry”

Return to the Patagonia River Ranch with the Boys

My wife often says that when I go on a vacation that I always try to repeat the same trip in my pursuit of the same experience I originally had, and that more often than not it never ends up being as good as the… Continue Reading “Return to the Patagonia River Ranch with the Boys”

Empanadas the Argentinian Way

I read about them like they were little morsels that only the elders spoke of in small pockets of South American communities in California.  They always spoke of them like they were magical but when I questioned them about making them or the recipes they… Continue Reading “Empanadas the Argentinian Way”

Fly Fishing in Patagonia, Argentina

We left Buenos Aires New Years day and took a hopper to Neuquin, Argentina.  Due to the volcanic ash we could not fly into San Martin de los Andes.  We could either take a bus, or a van, or rent a car.  We chose… Continue Reading “Fly Fishing in Patagonia, Argentina”

Elk Lasagna-The Classic

Sometimes you just have to have a classic dish that you can go too in your recipe collection in a flash.  Something that is fast, but darn good and definitely a step above what everyone else makes.  So my people of the hunting chef… Continue Reading “Elk Lasagna-The Classic”

In Search of the Trophy Speed Goat

Antelope Hunting in Wyoming

I have put in for Antelope tags for 14 years in Oregon and still to this date have never been successful.  It has been on not only my bucket list, as well as my long time best friend Scott Brown as well.  Every year we kid… Continue Reading “Antelope Hunting in Wyoming”

Bow Hunting in Oregon’s high desert

The Father Grover and his son Scott

There are not too many people crazy enough to pursuit elk with a bow in the high desert of Oregon. Why do you ask is it crazy?  Well to put it simply there is nothing to hide behind, and what you do have for… Continue Reading “Bow Hunting in Oregon’s high desert”

Big Wayne and his Famous Water Bathed Brisket

This is my buddy Wayne. Wayne is about 6’5″ and two inches shorter than Todd.  Wayne is tall and big, he is very sensitive.  Here is Big Wayne feeding the wild life pototoe salad.  This little doe will probably not make the cute little… Continue Reading “Big Wayne and his Famous Water Bathed Brisket”