After the Show Show: 'The MeatEater'
Reducing the cost of food
- Duration 7:44
- Date Feb 21, 2013
Reducing the cost of food
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Spread out -- -- Janice and they had to kind of sentiments welcome to the after the show show and in addition -- -- Janice in May we get -- Steve reality is the host of sportsman channel.
The mediator which runs Sunday nights at 9 PM over there on that channel and he's here because the price of meat is so high.
You figured -- created to get around had just -- find your.
Like and let's not do on angels is a whole different world from me because -- -- -- you know -- I hope for living.
From my low fare moaning very much lost -- thing you actually only need I mean the little thing is the after show right at.
But my real low fare money came from those moments in life are we really were disliked public -- -- college their guide to roommates.
And we -- three -- between.
October 1 which will be day in the first Christmas breaks like December 10 I mean that's all we -- It wasn't that we would go to college with a little bit at that time eligible to college of that that's -- as -- -- -- state northern Michigan.
It is so I -- that way in and out of the moment -- as he -- that you Modano -- Alabama for graduate school and down their following heart problems deer -- night works Alaska and on straw was -- -- there.
Mother older brother.
All the places he's bounced around he does now as Montana and he on sprawls on -- so -- quick once you learn the skills that you learn like the way of looking at things.
It just becomes natural that you -- learn how to.
It's not a that the learn how to exploit your environment you live up land at a yeah it's a way of looking at -- -- -- video of your right now so is this how you cook deer in college to to -- -- over a burning -- no we -- it we've tried everything.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You know grouse dear to demand we fried.
Now during that commercial break I was talking to you about females to know any females that and that did this kind of and -- -- fast that's a fast growing segment nestled.
Pale and obviously really put a face female -- And that's a fast growing segment volatile and -- liberal -- life.
She was six months pregnant went up and in and got a -- go and that's a very technical type -- honey because it's it's like it's a combination of -- in mountaineering.
And she solely a dirty play and their -- trip for this year and a favorite what's your favorite meat that you will meet the give ID one thing the rest -- yeah.
One blogger just one thing in general Russ -- I'll probably go tell it's that there's no bad -- -- but you know there's no out liars.
But they -- they have a diet very simply couldn't they have a diet very similar took to -- cost of June -- -- lot of high quality grasses.
-- like the meets good in some animals like.
I love and you'll their summarizing it and you'll do the what have a taste that some might describe his game you can be a strong flavor.
You just don't get off chasing elk I don't know -- -- we would would -- be able to order -- at a restaurant yet this -- what different is slate belt light because.
What it you cannot sell wild game.
In the US so what they -- -- some people take a livestock model and they applied to wild game species you'll raise -- basically in the cattle system -- the -- -- and cattle system.
And they slaughter -- and sell in the market as wild game and sure it has it has some of the qualities.
A wild game but to join not finishing and -- -- grain so we'll have like the lean this low cholesterol aspect a wild game.
But it lacks that more was spiritual sense of wildness to -- you know uses as wouldn't.
-- this is not the same to me personally I prefer like a wild and a and that's the way they do buffalo.
These -- you know it's it's -- with Ari does a check out the show it is on the sportsman channel Steve our granola real pleasure to -- -- -- thank you very much that there.
All right now let's go down -- Boynton beach Florida well I understand via satellite.
And -- -- is previewing a big car auction but this weekend with some classic cars.
Hey good morning good morning everybody at home I EM there eighty cars approximately.
That are ups up for auction here -- -- just outside a West Palm Beach, Florida.
At the very day that classic car museum and they're also thousands of pieces of memorabilia that are going to be auctioned off.
On Saturday here now with the owner this is Ron green and here with the the -- -- -- that.
Can I get it tested -- that's consulate in the second row mr.
-- this dean and he couldn't get -- got.
We're good morning.
Personally talk to you Ron.
Is this hard every department -- because you're so -- busiest and you obviously it's been a long time collecting them.
Broke brutally difficult -- Restore happened part of raising funds it was -- and charities that we know the servicemen coming back from release especially.
We need the help we can give in which three charities that.
The wounded warriors project home through our troops and force the VFW veterans of foreign wars thank -- when your wife -- strong ties to the military.
What precise service of the many folks in my family but -- my wife's dad was awarded the silver star for his terrorism.
In -- was hospitalized twice came back disabled veteran and -- veterans affairs for the Red Cross.
As far as the cars that you are seeing if you had a drink -- we -- the grandchildren give us their wish list the cars would like to inherit from us we put those aside for them.
Everything else is being so.
How special okay -- -- your thinking in this is gonna go between four and five million dollars.
Could go even higher what are we -- at right here.
This is a 1962.
-- The convertible Lara and how about this and having -- -- that in 62 Corvette out.
How much so that -- old friend and -- have a wonderful.
Rounded collection convertibles.
The 62 core router probably -- him -- 5000 dollars and.
And did I miss or these private -- is it going to be again museum of some sort.
Most of the people the will buy these cars are gonna buy them for themselves.
People like to buy cars -- -- treasured and loved.
-- amount spent years hand picking these cars.
And you know there there may be.
Some collector car dealers here but they've usually got an assignment -- they're buying for somebody that the people that are gonna buy these cars they're gonna.
Taken -- gonna drive them to -- crews and some among go to other museum right there may be a special car and here.
That somebody needs to fill that.
On slot and their collection they've been -- Ryan and Dana thank you so much for your time today -- you guys on the.
Currently -- very nice all right and and of course there's going to be a preview again there tomorrow and big auction on.
What was your first car that you drove that you learned how to drive by a -- learned how to drive pick -- truck.
Total of four -- pick -- truck it probably would have been about as 1960.
Was this deck collapse.
-- -- And you -- mine was I shaggy beast under forget it -- trop as well meaning meaning tropical enough to help because my dad's in the car business and he said that driving a truck would be the easiest to pass the driving test and whatever reasons -- -- backups -- -- -- you look at that rearview mirror again.
I don't Toyota Corolla that I ran into the ground -- -- like fifteen years I drove to Houston when island there and I was that was that and I left it there and I haven't picked it up.
-- You know not all my head and now not how I know I wasn't very good shape after.
The road trips that I had.
But that's for another after the show show exemption.
I had a year though all my time is up tomorrow.