Author Archives: Tiffany
If you found your way to this post because of my column in Salmon, Trout, Steelheader Magazine, thank you for being a loyal reader! This is my shortcut method of making sushi rice. It doesn’t hold a candle to the … Continue reading
If you just caught my seminar at the Willamette Sportsman Show, thanks so much for coming! One of the best parts of my job is teaching cooking seminars. This recipe was developed in 2011 for the O’Loughlin Trade Shows in … Continue reading
From my book, The Power of Flour, this recipe ran in the Alaska Sporting Journal, September 2017.
“How do you make shovelers taste good?” is a question I am often asked. Some waterfowl species have challenged me over the years and I am very thankful we usually have dozens of birds in a season for recipe development. … Continue reading
Welcome Northwest Wild Country listeners. If you caught my interview on the show Saturday, December 2nd, thanks for tuning in! If you’ve stumbled upon this post looking for easy ways to cook up venison legs (shanks), welcome to my blog! … Continue reading
Published September 2017, California Sportsman Magazine.
One of my favorite things is experimenting with world cuisines. It’s even more exciting when I get to cook with someone from another country. On this occasion my son Braxton’s friend Lovisa, from Sweden, came up to cook several of … Continue reading
Humboldt County is an amazing place to visit for foragers, anglers, hikers, adventurers, and beachcombers. There’s no end to the adventures in this place. And be sure to stop by and see our friends at Pacific Coast Outfitters, they are … Continue reading