Anytime my girlfriend drags me to an antique store, I naturally gravitate to the book section, specifically looking for vintage cookbooks. My latest find, Trader Vic's Kitchen Kibitzer: The Cookbook for Men, is a gem. Written by Victor Bergeron, who was both a noted restauranteur and raconteur, the book is a perfect snapshot of its 1950s publication, at the same time hokey and helpful. Like most vintage cookbooks, Trader Vic's Kitchen Kibitzer includes a section on cooking wild game. Bergeron titles that chapter, For Nimrods, and he introduces it with by writing: "They may not give a damn about cooking anything else, but they'll argue to the last ditch about the proper way to roast a duck, cook a trout, or make venison stew."