Cooking in the snow

Definitely the most important thing my guide taught me when hunting was that if you do not succeed on the first try do not give up hope. The warrior way! We tracked deer all day to no avail and noticed some rabbits on the prairie, we decided to change our focus and managed to catch some rabbits. That way we could still feed our family’s for another day. True Apache way!

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Cooking rabbit outdoors like this was a little different in a couple of ways. For a start, it’s not usually snowing when I am cooking it!! I think when you hunt an animal, kill and cook it you have a certain connection that you can’t get from going to a super market and just buying it. You learn to respect the animal much more and understand that it is nourishing a whole family. Its very powerful.

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  1. Dawn
    Posted May 23, 2012 at 1:49 am | Permalink

    I really enjoyed the show on the Apache Reservation. I love on Kayne improvised with the rabbit–very realistic. It never ceases to amaze me that the Apache have to hunt for every meal and live off the land. I love the Apache. I would have enjoyed all the meals and I am a picky eater. Thank you for showing the Apache way of life.

    Posted May 28, 2012 at 9:25 am | Permalink

    To Kayne, good seeing you and Linda the other day . Great show and Adventure looking forward to another season of No kitchen Required.
    Wishing you and your family all the best of things to come out this!!

    John C.