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This week on Wild Game Domain, host Chad Pagano is talking wild game recipes! Kicking off the show, Chad checks in and shares that while the show has recently gotten away from discussing food and cooking, today he's bringing it back. He goes on to acknowledge that while not everyone is a hunter, it doesn't mean that wild game can't be enjoyed by all. With several purveyors of wild game meat in the market, it is easy enough to come across quality venison, quail, or pheasant, for example, for order. Tune in to hear some great recipes for venison loin and chili, cornbread, and other delicious tidbits. This program was brought to you by Edwards VA Ham.

"You don't have to be a hunter to enjoy wild game." [3:50]

"This is the time of year we start thinking of different ways to prepare wild game." [8:55]

--Chad Pagano on Wild Game Domain


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This week on the Wild Game Domain, Chefs Chad Pagano and Jessie Riley are talking about the Paleo Diet with Michael Kochman. Michael is a culinary student who subscribes to the Paleo lifestyle. Find out why Michael decided to start eating only whole, natural, and unprocessed foods, and how it connects to his philosophies concerning sustainability. How did the Paleo Diet inspire Michael to start hunting? Learn how fats and proteins are used in your body, and why carbohydrates can be eliminated from most people's diets. Hear how Michael chose his first rifle, and how the gang outfits themselves when they go out for a hunt. Thanks to our sponsor, Hearst Ranch. Today's break music has been provided by Pamela Royal.

"If I can't go out and harvest it myself, is it really food?" [6:30]

"You eat this way for your life." [13:15]

-- Michael Kochman on Wild Game Domain


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Linda Pelaccio begins today's episode of A Taste of the Past by taking a moment to spread the word about Family-to-Family, a relief organization that allows a group of people to sponsor a family who has been affected by Hurricane Sandy. Thanksgiving has always been accompanied by charitable spirit; check out Family-to-Family, and get involved with the hurricane relief efforts. Today, Linda is speaking with food historian Sandy Oliver about the roots of Thanksgiving! Sandy is also the author of the book Saltwater Foodways, a history of Yankee cooking and New England eating traditions, and the recent Maine Home Cooking. Tune into this episode to learn about the religious considerations of Thanksgiving, and how it came to be a national holiday. What foods were most likely on the table during the first harvest feast? Sandy and Linda share some dishes that you may not recognize! Hear about the history of Thanksgiving commercialism! This program has been sponsored by Rolling Press.

"Most of us don't recognize mincemeat for the preserve that it is. It is a way of preserving meat along with apples and other kinds of fruits. It also was convenience food." [14:05]

-- Sandy Oliver on A Taste of the Past


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