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Jim takes a nostalgic look at Christmases past and shares some of his favorite holiday recipes.
Check out Jim's suggestions for books to give as holiday gifts. After all, they are a gift that keeps on giving each time the recipient turns to their pages.
Jim strays into the minefield of politics and states unequivocally that he thinks it is incumbent on all of us to vote our sport. Additionally, he offers several suggestions of how the committed, ethical sportsman can do his part to promote the sport.
There's no month that matches October! Jim shares some stories and grand ideas for fine fare and fixin’s for the October table.
The Enduring Delights of Dove Hunting ... Doves make wonderful eating, although as is the case with so much game, proper dressing and cooking loom mighty large indeed. Jim's September news includes a few suggestions, all of which come from our two most recent cookbooks, Wild fare & Wise Words and Field to Feast: The Remington Cookbook.
Dog Day Doings with Grandpa included some good eatin' thanks to Grandma Minnie's cooking!
Don't miss out on Jim' picks for "The Greatest Trout Streams in the Smokies: North Carolina."
In Jim's June newsletter, he shares some Remington memories and several of the recipes from Field to Feast: The Remington Cookbook.
Jim presents a tribute to his Mom, followed by a sampling of her favorite recipes.
Rambling Ruminations on the Misery, Magic, Mystique, and Enduring Mystery of Turkey Hunting.
Jim discusses the virtues of versatile turkey calling the pros and cons of various types of calls. He also offers up several delectable recipes from a Remington cookbook coming out soon.
Wintertime Armchair Adventures with Robert Ruark, Havilah Babcock and Archibald Rutledge.
You can’t know where you’re going if you don’t know where you’ve been. Read Jim's "Musings on Miseries, Mollygrubs Cabin Fever, the New Year, and More." One of the best ways to remember the past and plot the future is over a bowl of steaming hot soup or a hearty serving of stew, and some recipes offering such fare are available in this newsletter.
Read about Jim's earliest hunting recollections that include Duxbak memories. Also included this month are some delicious recipes from a cookbook that will go to press shortly, Field to Feast: The Remington Cookbook.
Jim's "Ode to October" is sure to stir your ancient instincts, and a number of recipes will make your mouth water.
Read a liberal excerpt from the general Introduction to Wild Fare & Wise Words, along with a sampling of fish recipes.
As we approach summer, the time when I saw the most of one of the stellar figures of my youth, it seems appropriate to share some memories of this warm, wonderful woman I knew only as "Aunt Mag."
With May being the month when we celebrate Mother’s Day, Jim shares some thoughts on where they fit in the outdoor world.
Jim writes about "March Madness for the Outdoorsman" and shares recipes for squirrel and duck.
Jim offers up a column on "Nature's Bounty" and shares a couple of special recipes.
Do you get cabin fever this time of year? Jim offers some constructive ideas so you can enjoy January!
Read about Jim's "Holiday Sporting Memories," and you'll likely conjure up a few of your own.
Jim reminisces about "The Vanishing Joys of Hunting Squirrels" and offers up one of his mother's favorite ways to prepare this delectable game animal.
Jim offers some recipes for doves and deer sure to tickle your palate. The dove recipe comes from Wild Bounty and the venison one from The Ultimate Venison Cookbook (just released).