Cool Stuff – Hunting
“These 8 Things Will Elevate Your Fall Hunting Experience”

If you’ve been following our Instagram, you know that this is the week of our Women’s Adventure Getaway! As we put on the finishing touches, we’ve been putting together our famous luxe gift bags full of our favorite outdoor gear. Since the number one question Georgia gets is about her favorite gear for the outdoors, we put together some of her latest favorite hunting and outdoor items–both functional, stylish and high […]

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“5 Dove Recipes That Will Win Over Picky Eaters”

September marks the beginning of hunting season, and with it some of my favorite protein in the sky: dove. Most people haven’t tried dove before either because they don’t know any hunters or because they think they don’t like the taste of wild game. But we want to change that! Below are 5 tasty dove recipes that will win over even the most picky eaters. Trust us, people will be […]

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“How to Skin a Deer”

A few years ago I posted step-by-step instructions on How to Skin a Pig. I was on a javelina hunt in west Texas and proved that javelina could be made to taste delicious. Today, I’m going to show you How to Skin a Deer (spoiler alert: it’s very similar, but we could all use a refresher.) I recently made a new friend here in Texas named Roy who is a […]

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“Video: Riceland Venison Risotto”

I’m exited to show you one of my favorite recipes on video. It’s a delicious recipe for venison risotto using Riceland rice. And if you don’t have venison, so many other proteins work wonderfully! Watch the video and follow along And come see me at Riceland’s Wings Over the Prairie festival in Stuttgart, Arkansas on November 29th where I’ll be cooking live!

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“One Pot Pheasant Stew”

This is a recipe that I made last week while cleaning out some of the extra game meat in my freezer and I just loved it. I had several whole pheasants left over from my Adventure Getaway in Virginia this past December and I decided given this never-ending winter, it was high time to make the most of it, and turn them into a warm and hearty dish. You’re going […]

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“How to Clean a Shotgun Ejector”

Did you know, that if you have a break-action shotgun, you are supposed to clean your ejector from time to time? I didn’t until recently. When on one of my Adventure Getaways in December, I discovered that during my flight to Virginia, my steel gun case had been tossed about so much that suddenly my shells weren’t ejecting from the shotgun every time I opened it. In this video, my […]

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“10 Things for Women to Wear in the Outdoors”

Ladies, I’m sure we can all agree that the quality of clothing available for women to wear in the outdoors is seriously lame. At least the stuff they call “hunting” clothing. It is usually men’s clothing scaled down in size. I pretty much never wear it. It steals my joy. So what I’ve learned to do is mix it up and find things from mostly non-hunting retailers. As long as […]

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“Bourbon, Barnsley & Beautiful Ladies”

I just returned from yet another magical Girl Hunter Weekend. There is something about these weekends, every single time I say to myself, “wow, I couldn’t have hand picked a better group of women to come together as total strangers and bond as if they had known each other for years.” I feel very lucky to witness and take part in this sort of togetherness. So before I go any […]

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“The Bacon Adventure Weekend”

Want to rock out with me on my next Adventure Getaway? Visit THIS PAGE to read about all that we have planned, from dove hunting to falconry, oh my! _______________________________________________________ Friends! It’s been a little while since I’ve written to you here, but if you follow my Facebook page or my Twitter or my Instagram you can probably tell why. It’s been a caraaazay busy time. I am currently in […]

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“Afield”

Today is day 3 of my cookbook giveaway week. There are so many wonderful cookbooks out this fall! “Afield” is one of my favorites. I know Jesse Griffiths personally because he also lives in Austin and owns the amazing store Dai Due, devoted to sausage, charcuterie and all things delicous. I am often one of the many patrons standing in line on a Saturday morning waiting for a bite of […]

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