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Falling Sky Spring Brewer’s Dinner with Hank Shaw, Hunter Angler Gardner
May 7 • 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm• $75
We are so excited to partner with Eugene Meat Collective and feature a special guest chef, Hank Shaw, Hunter Angler Gardener Cook, He will collaborate with our chefs and brewers to create our 5-course FEAST paired with special beers! Buy your tickets now.
Hank was going to be there in person, but because he is overcoming a serious illness, he will be live streamed to talk and answer questions- check him out at https://honest-food.net AND-THE PRICE INCLUDES his newly released autographed cookbook.
A little about Hank Shaw
Hank is a James Beard Award-winning wild game chef and is on a book tour promoting his latest cookbook “Pheasant, Quail, Cottontail”. Whether you’re a hunter, forager or Foodie you won’t want to miss this exceptional brewers dinner. Hank will kick off the evening with a short small game butchering demo and talk about how to approach cooking with things like rabbit, ducks to Quail. Every participant gets a signed copy of his new book as part of the dinner.
Shaw stands at the forefront of the wild food’s movement, and his website Hunter Angler Gardener Cook (honest-food.net) is the internet’s largest source of tips, techniques, and recipes for wild foods.
Shaw has also appeared on television shows ranging from Mike Rowe’s “Somebody’s Gotta Do It” on CNN, to Andrew Zimmern’s “Bizarre Foods” on Travel Channel, to Steven Rinella’s “Meateater” on Sportsman Channel. He has been featured in the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, the Washington Post, Field & Stream, CNN, NPR and similar outlets.
“Drawing on his seemingly endless knowledge of the environments he hunts and forages in, Hank create dishes that are more than just a taste of place — they’re a snapshot of the natural order of things, a frozen moment in time that most people would never bother to consider. Every one of Hank’s recipes beckons to a way of life that has been in place for thousands of years, long before humans got involved. And that, my friends, is honest food at its most truthful.” Huffington Post
A little about the Eugene Meat Collective- who helped put all of this together
The Eugene Meat Collective, lead by Jonathon Tepperman, is a mobile butchery school that helps consumers obtain whole animals directly from local small farms and teaches them how to use the whole animal in different forms.
This will be an EPIC Eugene event!