By Steven Rinella
- Release Date: 2012-09-04
- Genre: Sports & Outdoors
Meat Eater Steven Rinella Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
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Enjoyed each chapter with a little personal story, history lesson, and meal preparation ideas. Recommend the book for anyone
By WM ordisj
Fantastic Read for ANYONE!
I’m no literary critic or journalism major, but I am an avid outdoorsman. As a matter of fact, I’m blessed enough to be writing this review from the beautiful rolling hills of central Mississippi on my hunting property. (Sitting in my camper listening to the wind buffeting and swirling while wearing a brimmed beanie.) Believe it or not, several months ago, a friend who has never taken an animal as his prey contacted me and told me I had to watch Meateater on Netflix. I obliged and was instantly hooked. To watch an outdoorsman “celebrity” who actually puts out a product that allows the outdoors to be the star is genuinely refreshing. After watching all I could I had to find more. I couldn’t put the book down. In a way, the words describing the events seemed more vivid than watching the show in HD. I finished the book some time ago and do apologize for just now getting to the review. I’ve since subscribed to the Meateater podcast and have, on many occasions, been scolded by friends and family to take the earbuds out and pay attention to my immediate surroundings.
I was able to harvest my first legitimate whitetail with a bow opening day this season. After cleaning the heart and wrapping it in in caul fat, I roasted it to a beautiful dark brown and relished as I dined on the flesh as well as the majesty.
You’ve added flavor and depth to my outdoor experiences, and for that I am grateful. Rather than it being all about the kill, you show the world that the true outdoorsman does it for the pursuit, harvest, care and consumption. Your intelligent discussion and delivery on ALL topics involving the outdoors, including engaging criticism and naysayers, is what we need more of as an outdoor community. Please continue to explore the last wild places on the planet and let us know what they look like, feel like and taste like. There is no one doing it better.
I read this book right after reading American Buffalo and I liked it just as well! I wish Steven Rinella had more books!
By Bon Honk
Loved this book. Also love his other books and the meat eater show on Netflix. The meat eater podcast is fantastic as well.
Every boy's dream!
At some point growing up as boy we all wonder what it would be like to live off the land. All the trips he has taken have all been fantasies of young boys growing up. Not being able to take those trips or live that way, this took me right back to my childhood pretending I was along for the trips. Great read
Best book I have read
By Jacob 4/11