Sporting Lodges

Author: J. C. Jeremy Hobson
Editor: Quiller Press
ISBN: 9781846891687
Size: 15,74 MB
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The Orvis Guide To Great Sporting Lodge Cuisine

Author: Jim LePage
Editor: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 1418584894
Size: 10,32 MB
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Capture the adventure and good eating of the sporting life through 150 full-color images and 140 recipes from 40 of the greatest sporting lodges in the United States and Canada. Whether fishing the storied streams of the Rockies or hunting quail in the Deep South, the great sporting lodge is where the day's hunt is relived with friends over tables laden with tasty game dishes, regional delicacies, and fine wine. This lavishly-illustrated cookbook contains favorite recipes provided by chefs from the great sporting lodges of North America. The book is organized by lodge and region, with a description of the experience at each lodge, recipes, and photos. For each lodge, the opening spread features a picture of the lodge and the surrounding landscape or outdoor activities. Orvis has been serving sportsmen since 1856 and has 35 retail stores in North America, the oldest mail order catalog in the U.S., and 500 authorized dealers.

Maine Lodges And Sporting Camps

Author: Donald A. Wilson
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 9780738537702
Size: 15,58 MB
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Beginning in the mid-1800s and lasting for more than a century, Maine boasted a large number of lodges and sporting camps that catered to the pursuit of outdoor activities. While the primary interests of guests were fishing and hunting, many of the larger, more expensive resorts offered a variety of opportunities, including golf, horseback riding, tennis, boating, archery, and hiking, and some boasted gourmet dining and elegant parties. While some of these establishments survive, many have been demolished, existing only in memory and in photographs. Maine Lodges and Sporting Camps tells the story of the most prominent destinations, featuring nearly two hundred historic images that depict the life that existed when Maine was a sportsman's paradise, abounding in trophy game and fish.

Wild Game Cookbook

Author: David Kasabian
Editor: Creative Pub International
ISBN: 1589238184
Size: 12,30 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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80 delicious, easy-to-use, and fully tested recipes from North America's premier hunting lodges and resorts. For hunting enthusiasts, participants, and "foodies," finding ways to prepare, cook, and enjoy the game they've bagged is a large part of the enjoyment of the sport. Since not everyone can always reach the premier hunting areas where rich game resources can be found, everyone can have access to those enticing areas with the recipes found in The Wild Game Cookbook. This book is a unique collection of approximately 80 fully tested game recipes culled from the U.S. and Canada's outstanding hunting lodges and resorts. Keen game hunters and armchair enthusiasts alike will enjoy these recipes, which allow home cooks to recreate dishes from some of their favorite hunting locations and top-rated resorts. The recipes appeal to all skill levels, whether you bag your own or buy game from the local market. Recipes include dishes that are baked, grilled, roasted, slow cooked, pressure cooked, pan fried, saut¬ed, deep fried, stewed, and barbequed, as well as casseroles, sauces, marinades, and other cooking methods that work well with various game species. 15-20 sidebars (plus various tips throughout) on different topics, ranging from wine pairing to game-cooking tips, round out this delicious, easy-to-use collection. The Wild Game Cookbook focuses on a variety of animals, including birds, small game, and big game.

Sporting Magazine

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The Scandinavian Sporting Tour

Author: Pia Sillanpää
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Fish Fishing And The Meaning Of Life

Author: Jeremy Paxman
Editor: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141911271
Size: 17,51 MB
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Jeremy Paxman has created the perfect literary catch for fellow angling enthusiasts in this rich and varied anthology. Ten thoroughly entertaining themed chapters include 'Ones That Got Away', 'Ones That Didn’t Get Away' and 'Fish That Bit Back'. Each is introduced by Paxman’s own sharp, humorous observations and features both contemporary and historical writing about fishing in prose and verse, covering everything from tench tickling to piranha attacks. Some pieces are well known favourites, others are obscure, every one is a delight. 'A superb compilation because it roams from carp to cod, trout to tarpon and does not regurgitate the same old clippings. Paxman has clearly read widely and wisely in putting this together ... probably the definitive anthology of angling writing.' Keith Elliott, Independent on Sunday.

A Storied Wilderness

Author: James W. Feldman
Editor: University of Washington Press
ISBN: 0295802979
Size: 13,79 MB
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The Apostle Islands are a solitary place of natural beauty, with red sandstone cliffs, secluded beaches, and a rich and unique forest surrounded by the cold, blue waters of Lake Superior. But this seemingly pristine wilderness has been shaped and reshaped by humans. The people who lived and worked in the Apostles built homes, cleared fields, and cut timber in the island forests. The consequences of human choices made more than a century ago can still be read in today�s wild landscapes. A Storied Wilderness traces the complex history of human interaction with the Apostle Islands. In the 1930s, resource extraction made it seem like the islands� natural beauty had been lost forever. But as the island forests regenerated, the ways that people used and valued the islands changed - human and natural processes together led to the rewilding of the Apostles. In 1970, the Apostles were included in the national park system and ultimately designated as the Gaylord Nelson Wilderness. How should we understand and value wild places with human pasts? James Feldman argues convincingly that such places provide the opportunity to rethink the human place in nature. The Apostle Islands are an ideal setting for telling the national story of how we came to equate human activity with the loss of wilderness characteristics, when in reality all of our cherished wild places are the products of the complicated interactions between human and natural history. Watch the book trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frECwkA6oHs