by Steven Rinella
January 14, 2009 In American Buffalo, Steven Rinella traces the scientific and cultural history of an American icon even as he hunts one of the surviving animals across Alaska with little more than a compass, rifle, bone saw and knife.
March 15, 2006 Inspired by a famous 100-year-old cookbook, hunter, cook and author Steven Rinella decided to cook a three-day, 45-course feast. It included a variety of delicacies poached inside of animal bladders and skewered elk livers.
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