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Off the Record with Scott Leysath, The Sporting Chef, and Michelle Scheuermann. This is not another outdoor cooking show - or frankly, any outdoor show as we dive into how to prepare wild game and give inside knowledge to the outdoor industry - all while drinking wine during the podcast - which gets a little dicey...
 
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What are the odds that someone opposed to hunting becomes an adult-onset hunter? Slim, indeed... but meet our guest, Keng Yang, who found a love of hunting and traditions thanks to getting a dog. If you are a dog lover, this is the episode for you. Follow Keng at kengyang1 Interested in POMA where Keng and Michelle met? Learn more: http://professio…
 
Chef Scott & Michelle remind us that hunting season's comin' so it's time to empty your freezer of last year's game and fish. Grind things up to make burgers, fish cakes and more tasty meals. Without any warning at all, they take several tangents including whether people from California are ruining every state, not just Montana & Colorado. Controve…
 
Fascinating insights into the outdoor TV biz and more as Scott asks Michelle about her life in and out of the outdoor industry, specifically at Sportsman Channel. They talk about what is really takes to get into outdoor TV (e.g. a lot of work) and is it truly worth it? Plus, Michelle tries to dissect when did Scott stop eating his own food on natio…
 
Fabulous & well-spoken game chef John McGannon joins Scott & Michelle for a show loaded with cooking tips, and Scott lets it slip that he owns 2 e-bikes. Mayhem ensues. Plus, Chef John shares how to properly cook a wild turkey and why you never cook your birds as a whole - different parts require different methods of cooking. Chef John McGannon is …
 
How did Michael David Winery, out of Lodi, Cali., get named the American Winery of the Year in 2020? A lot of time, hard work and family dedication. Listen in as Kevin Phillips, VP of Something at Michael David Winery, shares how his family started the vineyard in the ‘80’s, created a monster brand with “7 Deadly Zins” (which eventually sold to Con…
 
Have you ever woken up and forgot where you are? And what you are hunting that day? It happens if you travel as the host and producer of an award-winning TV series for more than 300 days out of the year, just like Melissa Bachman of Winchester Deadly Passion. Melissa joins Scott and Michelle to talk about her turkey hunting season so far (it is goi…
 
Cut through snooty wine talk! (And the banter between Elizabeth, Scott and Michelle BEFORE the recording is almost better than when they decided to be "official.") Guest Elizabeth Schneider, creator of Wine for Normal People (podcast, book and website of the same name) joins Scott & Michelle. Elizabeth talks about how she got her start into the win…
 
Brad Fenson can’t leave Canada and we can’t get to him – so let’s podcast! Brad is part outdoor communicator, part fish & game manager, and 100 percent conservationist, and he loves to go ice fishing. What else do you do in Canada in the winter? He gives tips on becoming an outdoor writer and his best recipe for cooking a simple venison dish. And S…
 
Chef John McGannon of WildEats.Com is our special guest today. He and Scott refer to themselves as “Grumpy Old Chefs” and Michelle isn’t hating it. In fact, John’s tombstone will read “the dry age guy,” and Scott’s will read “the brine guy.” They discuss the rise of the wild game food influencer and they always complicate something that isn’t that …
 
A lot of people thought we wouldn't make it past Season One, but look at us now! (Actually, Scott and Michelle didn't think they'd make it past season one...) One of our most popular eps from Season 1 was just about wild game cooking hacks (eps 5) so we asked our audience for their best & worst cooking advice - and Scott shares his very simple advi…
 
What's it like to grow so many grapes you only use 1% of them to make your own wine? Ryan Newkirk of Steinbeck Vineyard is first and foremost a farmer of the Paso Robles land, who actually enjoys the two “b’s” – beer and bourbon. But he knows his stuff when it comes to wines. He shares why Paso wines can be drank “sooner” than other regions due to …
 
Jules McQueen is an entrepreneur (many times over) and mentor to many in the outdoor industry. Her go-get-it-ness is inspiring, and we had to have her on the podcast to talk about her latest invention (she built an App!! Carbon Unwind), how she handles stress (a bit of meditation, a bit of wine), and she goes “Off the Record” with us to share her b…
 
Stacy Lyn Harris is a true southern lady – and how she got teamed up with Scott is a mystery that is soon revealed in this episode. With 7 kids, plus a hubby, pets, a farm and thriving business, it is a wonder how she’s able to “do it all.” Stacy shares stories from life on the farm – including funny COVID moments – and not-so-funny moments in her …
 
Andrea is a busy mom and entrepreneur who was a part-time bartender at Olive Garden, and then sheltering-in-place hit where she found herself as a stay-at-home teacher to two littles. An outlet was needed, so Quarantini Time began! Andrea shares on what it takes to go live and put yourself out there, what to do when there is a pumpkin shortage, and…
 
Michelle & Scott welcome public land hunter & TV show host Randy Newberg, Hunter. Randy is probably the best elk hunter on the planet, and self-proclaimed fourth best bull-shitter in his family. But we don't talk elk hunting with Randy at all. If you are from Minnesota, you'll especially appreciate this podcast. Randy shares what happens when there…
 
Scott & Michelle welcome Chef Susie Jimenez to the show! She is as talented as she is funny and energetic. She's a Chef to the stars, which she dishes in this episode. Susie was the runner-up to Season 7 of Food Network "Star" and lost to an idiot. But she's doing great, don't worry about that. She is a Hustler with a capital "H" and tells all abou…
 
Scott & Michelle talk the state of commercial fishing with Tommy "The Fishmonger" Gomes. He's funny & full of passion and knowledge of the fishing industry. You will come away knowledgeable about how to buy fish from your local market - and perhaps adventurous to try new kinds of fish. Tommy explains what exactly is a Fishmonger, how he supports th…
 
Join Michelle & Scott with special guest Nick Pinizzotto, CEO of National Deer Alliance AND QDMA, as they talk future of conservation groups in America and quality of this week's wine selections! Wines we were drinking: Going Viral - Merlot by Michael David Winery; Red Dog Road - sweet red table wine from Pennsylvania…
 
Scott & Michelle welcome Mark Strand as the show's first guest. And it just so happens Mark is the show's editor, so it was fitting to have him as our guest. We talk wine (of course), Central Coast of California, if Scott ever gets sick of cooking, Michelle's role as The Adequate Cook at her own house, and much, much more! Follow Mark's Patreon pag…
 
What is Michelle’s nickname? Only her parents use it. (hint: it’s Mickey) Is Mickey picky? Scott gives her a picky eater's test and we find out. Shocker of the week: turns out that cooking is subjective! Scott reveals that he doesn't love cooking competition reality TV shows. He says cooking should be celebrated and shared, not turned into a loser-…
 
If you host television shows and travel all over cooking for a living, stuff happens. So Michelle asked Scott for some juicy BTS tales. One starts with friends squishing dog poop between their toes at the foot of their bed in the middle of the night. What? Sticking with this theme, Scott reluctantly shares the story of a morning after a night of ea…
 
Just once, you'd love to be a fly on the wall when a world-class chef is kicking back and spilling the beans about things he does every day to make food taste so good, right? Well, buzz your way over to this corner and listen, as Scott Leysath, The Sporting Chef, dishes on his favorite kitchen hacks. Hack #1: most kitchen gadgets are things you can…
 
Scott and Michelle test vodkas while attempting to record an episode. Scott pierces the veil on brand-name vodkas - and the shenanigans that he does during parties. Plus, he dives into his favorite vodka drink - and how people mess it up time and again. (We welcome ideas to name his drink.) We debate whether Two Buck Chuck is real wine. Other meaty…
 
Celebrate the art of cooking and wine pairings with The Sporting Chef Scott Leysath and Outdoor Insider Michelle Scheuermann. Michelle visits Scott at his home in Northern California just before COVID-19 hits us hard. So its good we got to drink this wine! Wines drank during the podcast: Michael David Winery Freakshow Chardonnay $18: https://shop.m…
 
More in-depth talk of cooking medium and medium-rare foods - this time with salmon - and good wines. It's salmon challenge week: will Michelle like the "not so done" piece? Scott seasons it with Hi Mountain Salmon Rub. Plus, he shares a lox-style salmon tips for DIYers. Scott shares his best duck recipes and why when someone says "this doesn't tast…
 
It is "Fear Factor" for Michelle as she tries two elk burgers Scott just prepared - one burger is not as done as she likes. Plus, we test the "red wine with meat" theory... Drinking: Michael David's Politically Correct: hhttps://shop.michaeldavidwinery.com/product/MDW-POLITICALLY-CORRECT-RED-BLEND-16-6/750ML Michael's David's Cute Freakshow Cab Can…
 
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