The hunt is dampened by frustrating weather but Steve finds a way to fix a tasty meal. Not only will this be one heck of a hunting adventure, it will be a mind-opening, life-changing event. Steven Rinella and friend Cody Lujan head to Northeastern New Mexico to hunt pronghorn antelope, the fastest big game animal in the United States. Steven Rinella returns to his favorite hunting grounds of Sonora, Mexico to hunt for a Coues deer buck during the peak rutting season. With a spread of decoys and a loyal retriever, they try to get their limit and fill their bellies with willow-spit roasted whole duck.
Sharing the bounty, Steve experiences a traditional Mexcian feast with a table of hungry cowboys. Far from trophy or sport hunting, Rinella stays true to our ancestral tradition of sustenance hunting — nothing he harvests goes to waste. To prep for opening day, Steve and Ron spend a day brushing up on their shotgun technique on. But first, he needs to secure some camp meat in the form of wild lamb. Whether tracking black tail deer in the remote Alaskan Wilderness, or rooting out javelina in Texas, Rinella will defer to his back-country roots, challenging himself at every corner while providing nail biting adventure along the way. Kevin Murphy and his band of Kentucky small game hunters introduce Steve to the finest Kentucky has to offer. Part 2: The Alaskan backcountry hunt continues as Steven Rinella and Rorke Denver try to find a good bear.
Lightning strikes twice: Steven Rinella has somehow beaten the odds and drawn a second Muskox tag after having to forfeit his first one four years ago due to unforeseen circumstances. As the cold Alaskan winter approaches, bears flock to the high country of Alaska's Chugach Range while feasting on cranberry and blueberry. In MeatEater, author and hunter Steven Rinella deconstructs and masters hunting techniques; tracks and pursues prey; and procures his food. In part two Steve finds the buck he's been searching for his whole life. Steven Rinella prepares a collection of killer appetizers from animals harvested on recent MeatEater episode.
The payoff will be antelope loin topped with local New Mexico chiles. The hunters will travel light and base out of an alpine hut to find animals Steve has never hunted. In Part One, Steve experienced the difficulty of hunting the Sooty grouse of southeast Alaska. With a full freezer from a long and successful fall season, any big sporting event is the perfect opportunity to cook up a pile of game meat and invite over some friends to watch the game. Note: This is a 3-part series but comes as one complete episode. MeatEater regular Ronnie Boehme has invited Steve out to his digs in Virginia for the dove opener. Freezing cold temperatures and unforgiving topography add to the already-cha.
On this unique Mexican adventure, Steve finds exciting action for gobbling toms. After a lesson in field butchering, Rorke and Steve head back to camp to do a little fishing and foraging to round out their bear feast. Following a series of successful hunts across North America this past fall, Steve demonstrates how to cook a variety of breakfast classics using wild game ingredients—including black bear bacon, w. With challenging terrain, thick fog, and incessant rain, finding a buck won't be easy. Barbara concludes the hunt with a beachside meal of fettuccine a la sooty grouse. Purchase your digital downloads of MeatEater here.
Steven Rinella is invited by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation for a special opportunity to hunt elk during the rut in the mountainous coal country of southeastern Kentucky, a place where his hero Daniel Boone once roamed. Arriving a few days early to scout and tune up their shooting with some squirrel hunting, the ladies enter the next chapter of their hunting journey. Steven Rinella and local pig hunting expert, Darren Moore, spend a wild, action-packed day tracking down Captain Cook boars in the thick New Zealand bush. In the remote wilderness, two friends will look into the differences and similarities between the hunter and the warrior. To cap off the hunt, Steve cooks a batch of venison ribs braised in a Dutch oven buried beneath hot coals. You can withdraw your consent at any time. Steven Rinella and special guest, the author Tim Ferriss, travel to the remote north slope of Alaska's Brooks Range to catch the annual migration of the famed Western Arctic caribou herd.
Challenged by the harsh environment, rugged terrain, and elusive sheep, Steve finds this hunt to be one of the most difficult he has ever undertaken. In MeatEater, Rinella will deconstruct and master any hunting technique; track and pursue prey; and procure his own food, which he will turn into a mouth-watering fireside meal. Whether glassing for Montana Mule deer, or rooting out Javelina in Texas, Rinella defers to his backcountry roots, challenging himself at every corner while providing a memorable adventure along the way. Unaccompanied, Steve immerses himself in the quiet southwest desert and gets intimate with one of the most wary animals in the west. If he's successful in finding a wild boar, Steve will prepare a backcountry gourmet feast of pork loin roasted with apples and rosemary cooked in tin foil over a fire. Interspersed with highlights from his recent caribou, buffalo, and mule deer hunts, the show features recipes that utilize some of the most underappreciated parts of big gam. Steve gives Joe and Bryan the A to Z on hunting, butchering, and cooking the wild turkey.
Freezing cold temperatures and unforgiving topography add to the already-challenging job of finding a giant mule deer buck. His biggest challenge here is the vast expanse of hills covered in enough timber to hide an army — demanding lots of glassing an. The withdrawal of consent shall not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal. They need to get their hunters safety, learn to shoot, train for the woods, and get geared up. Steven Rinella takes to the canyons of the West Texas desert in search of javelina. Steven Rinella drew a tag to hunt the elusive Coues Deer in the desert mountains of southern Arizona, where his spot and stalk skills will be pushed to the limit hunting these tiny, ghostlike deer for the first time.
Pulled from the pages of his forthcoming Wild Game Cookbook, Steve shares a variety of recipes from burger to meatloaf and more — designed to whittle down this supply and jazz u. Steve caps off the introductory lesson by preparing his favorite turkey recipe: Schnitzel. After the hunt, the plan is to enjoy a local delicacy, Chorizo de Javelin, with help from an experienced Mexican ranch cook. Along with two buddies, Steve is dropped deep into the Tok backcountry. If in doubt, do not use.
Where to countdown MeatEater air dates? With locally made charcoal at his disposal, he'll grill up a big, brined, delicious bird. Is MeatEater renewed or cancelled? Steven Rinella and his friend Ronny Boehme drive into the mountains of southwest Montana to hunt the high ridge tops for dusky grouse. Hobo dinners over the campfire make it deer camp. Steven Rinella takes them through the process from beginning to end. As fishing and campfire cooking offer time for reflection, Steve takes the time to recall a few memorable MeatEater meals. Cold, wet weather and tough hunting for wily Sitka deer make this a southeast Alaskan adventure these hunters will never forget. In this non-fiction series, sportsman Steven Rinella takes his guns to far-flung locations and stalks his prey.