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Cooking books you should own

Big Fin

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Some of you already know of Hank Shaw. If not, you should. Not only is Hank a great conservation dude, but writes some of the most acclaimed wild game cook books. Too bad I will be out elk hunting when he brings his book tour to Bozeman in September. But suffice to say, he probably doesn't need my help in garnering a crowd.

Here are links to his books.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/09...Y3G5Q&ref_=as_sl_pc_ss_til&tag=onyouownadv-20

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Another:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...U6FIP&ref_=as_sl_pc_ss_til&tag=onyouownadv-20

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And Another:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/16...BL27S&ref_=as_sl_pc_ss_til&tag=onyouownadv-20

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Colberjs

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I have Hunt, Gather, Cook on my Kindle app and I pitched in on the Kickstarter for Buck, Buck, Moose which is set to release Sept. 1.
 

jrabq

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I have Duck, Duck, Goose, it's the best waterfowl cookbook by far. And the other one on pre-order through kickstarter.
 
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hank4elk

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I am a fan of Hanks work. I only have Hunt Gather Cook so far.

I do have one book he had recommended & I have had for years, Charcuterie. Book of meat curing & preserving.
 
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jryoung

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I get to fish with Hank a couple of times a year and we worked together for a food event at my house earlier this year. Awesome guy who is helping elevate everyone's kitchen game when it comes to hunting, fishing and foraging.
 

kansasdad

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The way this thread is titled in ..."Cooking books you should"..... And being introduced by a CPA, my mind at first went in another direction. :D



Thanks for the cookbook suggestions.
 

Beast431

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How about steve rinella's books the complete guide to hunting, butchering, and cooking wild game has some great recipes
 

Ben Long

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Whoa. THis is the first post I've ever seen by a CPA that uses the words "cooking" ""books" "you" "should." At last! The worlds first honest accountant! Thank you BIG FIN. :)
 

GAbearclaw

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Hank just started his own podcast. You should have him as a guest Randy.

Between Rinella, Newburg, and now Hank I think we have a good group of windbags to keep us busy on those drives to and from hunting camp! I am up to date on all of the above as apparently I drive more to hunt than they talk. :)

I am cooking a blacktail jackrabbit ala Hank's Sardenian stew recipe. 3 hours from now I will know if I can follow directions or not.
 

Southern Elk

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I was thinking about ordering one of these cookbooks after listening to him on Fin's podcast. I think I may try Buck, Buck, Moose.
 
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