Podcast: Episode 311, Wild Game Chili and “Is Hunting a Sport?”

Join Justin and the crew as they discuss the various types of wild game chili, debate beans vs no beans, talk frito chili pie, ask what goes under chili, examine hunting as a sport or not, and so much more!

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Show Links:

Episode 310: The Heart of Hunting

Episode 306: Family and Food

Recipes:

frito chili pie

Venison and Black Bean Chili with Cornbread Waffles 

Smoked Venison Chili

Braised Squirrel Chili 

White chile – Pheasants Forever Recipe

Green chili – Hank Shaw Wild Boar Chili Verde

Cincinnati chili – Justin’s recipe on The Meateater

Show Notes:

Beans or no beans

How spicy

Crackers, cornbread, rice, or pasta

Is frito chili pie a pie or a chili?

Ground vs. braised vs. smoked meat

tomatoes vs. no tomatoes

Green chili – Hank Shaw Wild Boar Chili Verde

Cincinnati chili – Justin’s recipe on The Meateater

Rochester Chili AKA Garbage Plate Sauce

Texas Hots – similar to garbage plate sauce as it’s a topping/sauce and not a stand alone dish.  Topping for hotdogs, hamburgers, chicken tenders, french fries

Is hunting a Sport?

A recent podcast Robbie, of Blood Origins, explained how he thought Hunting wasn’t a sport, but something more. 

“…If you properly respect what you are after, and shoot it cleanly and on the animal’s terrain, if you imprison in your mind all the wonder of the day from sky to smell to breeze to flowers—then you have not merely killed an animal. You have lent immortality to a beast you have killed because you loved him and wanted him forever so that you could recapture the day…” Robert Ruark, author and big game hunter. 

Music by Cam Pierce

About the Podcast:

We are hunters, anglers, writers, and sometimes chefs. Our passion for the outdoor lifestyle motivated the foundation of Harvesting Nature which serves as a media outlet built to inspire and educate the outdoor expert and novice alike. Our podcast focuses on the technical side of cooking wild fish and game while also incorporating adventures and lessons learned from our pursuit of wild meat. Join us on our journey of Harvesting Nature.

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