For many hunters, the hunt is a means to an end. A successful hunt yields meat to be cooked in a variety of ways. On this episode, we'll learn of some great hunting opportunities and some great recipes to try with your family.
Chef Joel Antunes grew up in rural France and learned to cook wild game on his grandmother's wood-burning stove. He still loves to prepare wild game and wild-game-inspired dishes in his new Atlanta restaurant, Joel. Chef Joel will prepare a quail dish, which is just perfect for your next holiday gathering.
Next, we'll visit Watershed Restaurant in Decatur, Georgia, where Chef Scott Peacock is famous for his fried chicken and great southern side dishes. He'll show us how to safely prepare a Thanksgiving feast outdoors by frying a turkey.
And lastly, for thousands of years hunters have fed their own families, now the Hunters For the Hungry Program gives deer hunters a way to help feed folks they don't even know! The Atlanta Community Food Bank will be on hand to show us how this program works for many less fortunate Georgians.
of Natural Resources
Before you head out to hunt some game be sure to check out the Georgia Department
of Natural Resources for hunter safety information and hunting regulations.
Atlanta Community Food Bank
The mission is to fight hunger by engaging, educating, and empowering our community.
Atlanta's most acclaimed restaurant featuring French cuisine with Asian and Mediterranean influences. Chef Joël's menu reflects his extensive culinary experience in Paris, the South of France, Asia, London and, most recently, as executive chef at the Dining Room at the Ritz- Carlton, Buckhead.
In Decatur; known for great southern cuisine.