Stacy Lyn joined The Revolution this week to talk about the new season of “The Sporting Chef”, her history with wild game, elevating classic recipes, growing and preserving your own food, her new cookbook, recipes and more. Listen as she discusses:
- The evolution of her career and how she went from a lawyer, to a mom and now to a beloved cook that knows how to please crowds with her southern inspired recipes.
- Teaching herself how to prepare wild game after marrying an avid hunter.
- Jazzing up wild game favorites like poppers by adding unexpected ingredients like figs.
- The value of brining birds before cooking them, especially wild birds, and what that brine does for the end product.
- The hard work that comes with growing your own garden and then putting up all the produce you harvest.
- Different ideas for canning, freezing and drying different foods.
- Cooking some of her favorite recipes like her Granny’s Vegetable Beef Soup.
- The investment required to start homesteading, but the rewards that come with the lifestyle.
- Her new book available for pre-order now: Love Language of the South: A Celebration of the Food, the Hospitality, and the Stories of My Southern Home.
- Plus, becoming a grandma and taking on another hobby of flipping historical southern homes.
Use the audio players below to listen to the full radio interview.
Make sure you watch the new season of “The Sporting Chef”, every Monday at 9:30 pm ET on Outdoor Channel. Watch previous seasons and episodes anytime using the MyOutdoorTV app.