Ep. 071: The Buttery Tones of Karl Malcolm ,
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Ep. 071: The Buttery Tones of Karl Malcolm

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Steven Rinella talks with Dr. Karl Malcolm and Janis Putelis of the MeatEater crew.
Subjects Discussed: Zoonotic disease and the guy with the dead lion; Hua Gua or Karl's take on Chinese hot pot; ideas on how to capture blood for blood sausage; Latvian meals using ice wands; the 45th Parallel; Asiatic black bear and the Sichuan takin; the Blue Ribbon Panel project; the North American, European, and African models of wildlife conservation; contract culling of wildlife; pit hunting; the Imperial Feast: bear paw, swallow saliva consume, and 124 more dishes; Theodore Roosevelt's kids were specimen hunters?; the enjoyment of hunting and fishing indigenous species; the future of hunters and conservation; venavores; and more.
Get Your Tickets to The MeatEater Podcast, Live with Steve Rinella and Friends here: http://www.themeateater.com/2017/get-your-tickets-to-the-meateater-podcast-live-with-steve-rinella-and-friends/
Join Steven Rinella and a couple surprise guests for a live recording of his popular MeatEater Podcast in Bozeman, Montana on August 15, 2017. Tickets for a raffle will be sold at the event benefitting Backcountry Hunters and Anglers, with high-end prizes from our sponsors First Lite, Yeti, Vortex Optics, Savage Firearms, and Benchmade Knife Company. Raffle winners will be drawn following the podcast recording and Steven will be on hand signing books.
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