To remedy their meat crisis while keeping them dry, Steve sets up a springtime wild turkey hunt in sunny California. As the cold Alaskan winter approaches, bears flock to the high country of Alaska's Chugach Range while feasting on cranberry and blueberry. Arriving a few days early to scout and tune up their shooting with some squirrel hunting, the ladies enter the next chapter of their hunting journey. Air Date : 22nd-Jan-2012 MeatEater - Season : 1. Freezing cold temperatures and unforgiving topography add to the already-challenging job of finding and stalking a Mule Deer buck.
The hunt is dampened by frustrating weather but Steve finds a way to fix a tasty meal. Air Date : 15th-Jan-2012 Wild Hogs can thrive almost anywhere - just like Steve. Things turns adventurous quickly; with an impassable glacial river between Steve and his goal. Steve shares simple, delicious cooking methods for doves and pigeons. Rorke soon learns that the hunt is only half the battle. In addition, Steve and Remi hunt for coyote with the intent of roasting the animal. To help Steve in his journey, Ryan Callaghan has offered up one of his best spots as well as his keen spotting skills.
The hard work and long hike pays off, as berry-fed black bears provide some of the finest tasting meat available to the American hunter. On this special Holiday episode Steve cooks three enticing dishes: Wild Turkey Galantine, Smoked Black Bear Ham, and his take on the traditional Mincemeat Pie. Far from trophy or sport hunting, Rinella stays true to our ancestral tradition of sustenance hunting — nothing he harvests goes to waste. But with persistence and patience, he's able to find a herd of one of North America's most iconic animals. The primary challenges are steep and technically challenging terrain, drifting fog banks, and nearly incessant rain and snow.
Steven Rinella heads into the mountains of the Sonora Desert on a true, wild, free-ranging bison hunt. Wild pigs are dangerous critters and this is as visceral as a hunt gets. We learn about the native history and culture of Nunivak Island's as Steve tries to stay warm while chasing Muskox 30 miles offshore in the Bering Sea. The primary challenges are steep and technically challenging terrain, drifting fog banks, and nearly incessant rain and snow. If he lands a black tail, Steve plans to cook up Rock-Pounded tenderloin to feast on before the float plane returns to bring him back to civilization. Featured meal is willow-spit roasted whole duck.
In part one, frustration and opportunities abound and Ryan turns a failed black bear stalk turns into a successful buck hunt. Unaccompanied, Steve immerses himself in the quiet southwest desert and gets intimate with one of the most wary animals in the west. Pulled from the pages of his forthcoming Wild Game Cookbook, Steve shares a variety of recipes from burger to meatloaf and more — designed to whittle down this supply and jazz u. With a big spread of decoys and a loyal retriever, they try to get their limit and fill their bellies with a constan. Steve's lifelong friend, Ronnie Boehme has invited Steve out to his digs in Virginia for the dove opener. With the help of two expert lion hunters, he immerses himself in the physical and emotional challenges of cougar hunting. Steven Rinella is invited by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation for a special opportunity to hunt elk during the rut in the mountainous coal country of southeastern Kentucky, a place where his hero Daniel Boone once roamed.
If he's successful in finding a wild boar, Steve will prepare a backcountry gourmet feast of pork loin roasted with apples and rosemary cooked in tin foil over a fire. In Part One, Steve experienced the difficulty of hunting the Sooty grouse of southeast Alaska. If he lands a black tail, Steve plans to cook up Rock-Pounded tenderloin to feast on before the float plane returns to bring him back to civilization. In this non-fiction series, sportsman Steven Rinella takes his guns to far-flung locations and stalks his prey. As summer turns to fall, Steve heads into the backcountry of Alaska's Chugach Range.
Rinella will prepare a backcountry gourmet feast of Pork Loin roasted with Apples and Rosemary cooked in tinfoil over a fire. To cap off the hunt, Steve cooks a batch of venison ribs braised in a Dutch oven buried beneath hot coals. Interspersed with highlights from his recent caribou, buffalo, and mule deer hunts, the show features recipes that utilize some of the most underappreciated parts of big gam. Big-antlered Yukon moose are few and far between but hard work pays off for hunters who stick with it until the bitter end. His typical prey includes various species of deer, wild pigs and other hoofed animals, but he's also been known to shoot bears and mountain lions which, fortunately, he chooses not to eat. After drawing one of the most coveted big game tags in North America — a Tok Management Area Dall sheep tag — Steven Rinella heads out for a truly rare and epic Alaskan experience. It's an experience neither hunter will soon forget.
To help Steve in his journey, Ryan Callaghan has offered up one of his best spots as well as his keen spotting skills. . But Steve is inspired by the evidence of he finds of ancient hunters that used the area to prepare a meal that honors both the animal and our hunting ancestors. Note: This is a 2-part series but comes as one complete episode. Appetites will run large as Steve makes a special meal. With impeccable marksmanship, Steve will. After several flights and a long climb up the ridge, the men will trade secrets and look into the differences and similarities betw.
His biggest challenge here is the vast expanse of hills covered in enough timber to hide an army — demanding lots of glassing an. Steven Rinella and his friend Ronny Boehme drive into the mountains of southwest Montana to hunt the high ridge tops for dusky grouse. Steve loves to fish as much as he loves to hunt. Along with a trio of cantankerous, spit-hurling pack llamas, Steven Rinella, along with his brother Matt Rinella and good friend Matt Moison camp and hunt in the arid and frozen badlands of Eastern Montana for mule deer. In each episode, Rinella deconstructs and masters any hunting technique; tracks and pursues prey; and procures his own food… all culminating in a mouth-watering meal.
In the remote wilderness, two friends will look into the differences and similarities between the hunter and the warrior. He plans to spend three days alone in the wild hunting for blacktail deer. Steve caps off the introductory lesson by preparing his favorite turkey recipe: Schnitzel. Along with his brother Danny and friend Paul, Steve is dropped deep into the Alaska Range. These two turkey hunting fanatics celebrate with a delicious meal of grilled and stuff wild wild turkey breast. For most hunters, just glimpsing one of these animals is a trophy.