By David Draper
I think most of you have heard of Hank Shaw, the man behind the inspiring and informative blog Hunter Angler Gardener Cook and author of the book Hunt, Gather, Cook. If you haven’t taken a look at either, you owe it to yourself as a wild-game cook to do so. As I’ve mentioned before, Hank is at the forefront of fish and wild game cookery, and he does a brilliant job of bridging the gap between hunters who cook and cooks who may or may not hunt, but are at least intrigued by the idea of locally and humanely sourced foods. He’s one guy I would love to share a dinner table (and duck blind) with someday.
Earlier this week Hank dropped me an e-mail asking for my help. Well, more accurately, asking for your help. He recently inked a deal to write what he hopes will be the definitive guide to cooking waterfowl, including both wild and domestic ducks and geese, and wants to know what you think should be included. Here’s what he’s looking for, from his blog post announcing the book deal: