Venison Liver with Pickled Green Onions, Bacon and Peas and Carrots

I know a lot of people hunt for trophy deer, the bucks with the big racks.  I don't.  I am always looking for a yearling.  A small deer that is tender and mild in flavor.  For me it is the difference between lamb and mutton.  I have eaten mutton but would always choose lamb over … Continue reading Venison Liver with Pickled Green Onions, Bacon and Peas and Carrots

Grilled Marrow Bones with Chimichurri Salad

I often follow my instincts, albeit,  it is my primal instincts in this case.  I follow them nonetheless.  I can never get enough when it comes to marrow bones.  I love the fatty mouth feel of the marrow and the way the hot fat renders in my mouth.  Now,  before you go getting all crazy … Continue reading Grilled Marrow Bones with Chimichurri Salad

The Hayseed

The sleek, shiny, deep-red locomotive, its coupling rods churning and drivers slipping, trying to get traction, billows out black smoke from its stack as if getting up the nerve to leave the station. It's a beautiful train with a long line of passenger cars trailing behind. Each car is bursting with people who, dressed in … Continue reading The Hayseed