On this episode of the Huntavore, we talk about adventure, and spiritual reflection while on the hunt. It's hard to separate ourselves from wild creation and the majesty of it all without opening up those big questions while glassing from a peak, or hunkering into the stand. Hunter shares some of
Publish Date: Aug 23, 2021
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On this episode of the Huntavore, we talk about adventure, and spiritual reflection while on the hunt. It's hard to separate ourselves from wild creation and the majesty of it all without opening up those big questions while glassing from a peak, or hunkering into the stand. Hunter shares some of past experience that has lead to the making of The Hunter’s Quest and opens up about his family in the kitchen, making some wild exotic dishes that has this midwest foodie wide eyed and wanting a taste. Join Nick and Hunter on this walkabout style episode comin’ atcha’.Hunter McWaters is a native to Virginia. However he isn't one to stay still for long. Hunter’s drive for adventure had him shooting footage in lots of amazing places. Being a Christ-follower, Hunter also sees our backcountry wilderness, not as any random chance, but a glorious display from an intelligent designer. When chasing caribou, elk, or even whitetail he explains that adventures like these can have you working on filling your soul along with pursuing your game.Hunter does provide wholesome natural game for his family, but takes a back seat when it gets to the kitchen. His mother-in-law, raised in the middle east, grew up with quarters and halves of animals coming into the kitchen. Her experience at breaking quarters, and butchering animals for meals has Hunter watching attentively. Her sure handed knife skills rival any butcher shop. In addition, Hunter shares some traditional dishes that utilize every scrap. His description of simmering the butchered bones, including the spine has Nick’s culinary wheels spinning. While the concerns of CWD makes him nervous, utilizing the last bits attached to the bones to make a delicious meal is something Nick can get behind.Tappecue Meat ProbesInstagram: @tappecueWebsite: https://bit.ly/2NIr0XjCoupon Code 10% off: HUNT10 Huntavore is Powered by Simplecast