Have Nose, Will Travel: Scent tracking demonstrations with Jane

We all know that dogs have had a relationship with mankind for centuries. From delivering messages in war, search and rescue, hunting small and big game, herding livestock, etc.- purebreds were all created with purpose to serve humankind in some way or another. The Vikings were even buried with their beloved hunting dogs afterall. When… Continue reading Have Nose, Will Travel: Scent tracking demonstrations with Jane

Oh my Gourd: Weeknight Stuffed Squash 3 Ways

Hard to believe it is already June but my garden keeps giving me daily surprises to fuel my culinary curiousity. This year I planted in late March due to frost threats, rain and procrastination which has made me an even more anxious gardener than usual. But just when I think of throwing in the towel… Continue reading Oh my Gourd: Weeknight Stuffed Squash 3 Ways

Hunt to Table: Ginger Javelina & Swiss Chard Egg Rolls

Javelina is more palatable then most people realize. Ultimately, when it comes to cooking I like to think of my favorite Peccary as just a very lean pork. On another note, who says egg rolls are just an appetizer? Adam and I paired these egg rolls with our homemade habanero mesquite bean dipping sauce and… Continue reading Hunt to Table: Ginger Javelina & Swiss Chard Egg Rolls

Lights, Camera, Action: Behind the scenes at Powderhorn Ranch

“Oh wow…oh wow oh wow!” The words spilled out of Annie’s mouth. An Axis buck stood staring at our hunting blind not more than 60 yards away, antlers towering high above his head. A mating pair of Sandhill cranes flew over, calling back and forth to one another. The steam rose up from the ground… Continue reading Lights, Camera, Action: Behind the scenes at Powderhorn Ranch