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A Sophisticated Meat Palate with Scott Leysath — WildFed Podcast #092

WildFed Podcast — Hunt Fish Forage Food

Scott Leysath — The Sporting Chef — has been in outdoor television for 2 decades now. He joins us today to talk about a topic that’s near and dear to us — eating species that many others perceive as inedible or at least unpalatable. His show “Dead Meat” on the Outdoor Channel is about cooking the weird and wild species that most don’t consider food, or at least, that they’ve come to regard as somehow less than appetizing. This is a fun conversation, and we think it’ll inspire you to think outside the box about potential protein sources on your landscape. And there’s some good leads in here for intrepid wild food adventurers that just might lead to your next meal. A meal that might surprise the folks around you who said “you can’t eat that”… So, go prove them wrong — try an iguana, or a pigeon, or a raccoon, or a groundhog. Done right all four are delicious and deserve just as much respect as a deer or a dove or a duck. In other words, it’s time to develop a sophisticated meat palate! View full show notes, including links to resources from this episode here: https://www.wild-fed.com/podcast/092

1hr 14mins

27 Jul 2021

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Ep. 3 – Five Small Bites for Summer w/ Scott Leysath

Ducks Unlimited Podcast

Scott Leysath, Ducks Unlimited magazine cooking columnist, joins Chris Jennings to talk about his favorite summer waterfowl recipes. Leysath also shares some insight into how he prepares these dishes, the sauces, sides and some tricks to help even a novice wild-game chef bring these recipes to the table. Please subscribe, rate, and review the DU Podcast and contact the DU Podcast via email at DUPodcast@ducks.org with recommendations or questions. www.ducks.org/DUPodcast Read full article: 5 Small Bites for Summer https://www.ducks.org/hunting/waterfowl-recipes-wild-game-cooking/5-small-bites-for-summer

30mins

5 May 2021

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Scott Leysath - Wild Game Chef

Don't Be Mediocre

This episode features Scott Leysath, wild game chef. He's the host of "The Sporting Chef" & "Deadmeat" on the Sportsman Channel. And, also the host of "The Fishmonger" which debuted on March 1 on the Outdoor Channel. I love talking food and cooking. Even better, talking about cooking wild game. So many times we hear "its tastes gamey". Scott is gonna fix that with tips on how to prepare and cook wild game properly. Enjoy! Instagram: @sportingchef Sportsman Channel: The Sporting Chef & Dead Meat Outdoor Channel: The Fishmonger

52mins

15 Mar 2021

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All Outdoors with Outdoors Dan & Larry Mac - Episode 6 - Scott Leysath

All Outdoors with Outdoors Dan & Larry Mac

From the hunt to the plate, Outdoors Dan and Larry Mac talk with the talented Scott Leysath from the Sporting Chef! Food, hunting, and good time with friends, come join in on the conversation!

39mins

15 Mar 2021

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Field to Fork with "The Sporting Chef", Scott Leysath!

Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World Podcast

Turkey is always a huge hit around the holiday season, so this week, dig in, with cookbook author, and producer and host of “The Sporting Chef” and “Dead Meat TV”, Scott Leysath, America’s leading authority on wild game preparation. He'll share storage tips, time-savers, and recipes that will take your feast to the next level!

52mins

28 Nov 2020

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Episode 4: Scott Leysath of the Sporting Chef, So You Don't Like Venison?

Harvest Your Own Podcast

Meet Scott Leysath - the man behind the show "The Sporting Chef" and even more, the one who will provide you with wild game prep tips you probably haven't tried before! From bar bouncer to wild food ambassador, Scott's career journey has equipped him with a wealth of information, and in this episode, he delivers it in a way we can all understand. With a focus on venison, Scott explains how you can ensure the harvest you worked so hard for is a standout every time. Spoiler alert: it's a lot simpler than you might think!

33mins

19 Aug 2020

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August 8, 2020: Scott Leysath (The Sporting Chef); Larry Whiteley (Branson)

The Outdoor Guys: Radio Podcast for the Sportsman Lifestyle

The Sporting Chef Scott Leysath joins Ken this with with tips, techniques and recipes for  fish and wild game.  They'll also discuss Scott's two shows on Sportsman Channel, The Sporting Chef and Dead Meat!Outdoors Ambassador for Branson, Mo and long time host out Bass Pro Outdoor World Radio, Larry Whiteley, will also join the show this week with travel destination ideas for the outdoorsman.

48mins

10 Aug 2020

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Episode 107: Debunking Wild Food Myths with The Sporting Chef Scott Leysath

East to West Hunting Podcast

The Sporting Chef Scott Leysath joins us this week to share his advice for how we can improve our wild food cooking. Scott is one of the premier wild game chefs out there and is a well-known author, public speaker and host of the Sportsman Channel's popular Dead Meat series. We're debunking wild food myths, talking about how you can get started, discussing what happens when you hand-deliver cookbooks to customers and talking about a recent article in the Wall Street Journal - A Smart Guide to the US Meat Shortage.

38mins

16 Jul 2020

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Huntavore - Scott Leysath will Change your Mind

Sportsmen's Nation - Big Game | Western Hunting

On this episode Nick chats with the Sporting Chef, Scott Laysath.  Having a handful of television shows, and an unusual start to his culinary career, Scott creates wildgame dishes that use sound kitchen technique, yet easy enough for even a first timer to grasp.  Nick and Scott play a little game called “Change my mind”  Where Scott will take some of your misconceptions, and get you to try something different.  Cinch those apron strings tight, here we go.Show NotesScott Laysath is host of the Sporting Chef and Dead Meat on Sportsman’s Channel.  His culinary start went from managing a restaurant staff, to filling in as cook and chef.  His approach to know what you are cooking, and “play with your food” mentality has made him a great resource for any sportsman who wants to improve their wild game meals.Nick is always trying to improve kitchen skill.  He asks about knife work.  Having the opportunity to work in a commercial kitchen, practice cutting dozens of pounds of produce was never far away.  Scott says get a 20 lb bag of carrots, and cut.  Chop, slice, round, matchstick, etc., after all that your knife game will be vastly improved, or at least you’ll have a killer grip.During the episode, Nick plays a game entitled “Change my mind”.  Nick takes a very opinionated position, commonly held by hunters, and Scott invites us to think outside of those boxes.  Examples include: Big northern cedar bucks don't taste good, skin on fish fillets are worth the time, and “eating crow” might not be that bad.On a tangent, Scott describes how he is able to put all the extra fresh herbs to work by creating his own herb butter.  He stems all his herbs, and gives them a good mince.  Softening a bunch of butter, he is able to add the herbs into the butter.  Work them in thoroughly, then shape the butter back into a tube or stick and harden in the freezer, and move to the fridge when hard.  Now when you are needing to baste that duck or steak, you have premade herb butter to use.  Tune into The Sporting Chef, or Deadmeat on Sportsmen Channel.  Otherwise find him on youtube or his website:  www.sportingchef.com Huntavore is Powered by Simplecast

1hr 6mins

22 Jun 2020

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Huntavore - Scott Leysath will Change your Mind

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

On this episode Nick chats with the Sporting Chef, Scott Laysath.  Having a handful of television shows, and an unusual start to his culinary career, Scott creates wildgame dishes that use sound kitchen technique, yet easy enough for even a first timer to grasp.  Nick and Scott play a little game called “Change my mind”  Where Scott will take some of your misconceptions, and get you to try something different.  Cinch those apron strings tight, here we go.Show NotesScott Laysath is host of the Sporting Chef and Dead Meat on Sportsman’s Channel.  His culinary start went from managing a restaurant staff, to filling in as cook and chef.  His approach to know what you are cooking, and “play with your food” mentality has made him a great resource for any sportsman who wants to improve their wild game meals.Nick is always trying to improve kitchen skill.  He asks about knife work.  Having the opportunity to work in a commercial kitchen, practice cutting dozens of pounds of produce was never far away.  Scott says get a 20 lb bag of carrots, and cut.  Chop, slice, round, matchstick, etc., after all that your knife game will be vastly improved, or at least you’ll have a killer grip.During the episode, Nick plays a game entitled “Change my mind”.  Nick takes a very opinionated position, commonly held by hunters, and Scott invites us to think outside of those boxes.  Examples include: Big northern cedar bucks don't taste good, skin on fish fillets are worth the time, and “eating crow” might not be that bad.On a tangent, Scott describes how he is able to put all the extra fresh herbs to work by creating his own herb butter.  He stems all his herbs, and gives them a good mince.  Softening a bunch of butter, he is able to add the herbs into the butter.  Work them in thoroughly, then shape the butter back into a tube or stick and harden in the freezer, and move to the fridge when hard.  Now when you are needing to baste that duck or steak, you have premade herb butter to use.  Tune into The Sporting Chef, or Deadmeat on Sportsmen Channel.  Otherwise find him on youtube or his website:  www.sportingchef.com Huntavore is Powered by Simplecast

1hr 6mins

22 Jun 2020

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