SACRAMENTO, Calif. – -(Ammoland.com)- What do you get when you find the best fish and game chefs, cookbook authors, award winners, fishmongers and outdoor experts and put them on the fastest half-hour of outdoor TV?
You get the recipe for The Sporting Chef – an original series hosted and created by Scott Leysath, renowned chef for anything with fins or fur.
The Sporting Chef continues its season with brand new episodes exclusively on Sportsman Channel on Fridays at 11:30 a.m. ET and Sundays at 7:30 a.m. ET.
To learn more about what’s on the grill this season, visit www.thesportsmanchannel.com/shows/the-sporting-chef
This season brings on board big game huntresses Jana Waller, Melissa Bachman, Tiffany Haugen and Michele Eichler. Field Stream’s “Wild Chef” David Draper, WildEats.Com Chef John McGannon, and San Diego’s “Carnitas Snack Shack” Chef Hanis Cavin. Leysath is also bringing back popular co-hosts like sustainable living expert Stacy Harris, hunter/gatherer Hank Shaw, cast iron pro C.W. “Cee Dub” Welch and Buddy T, the show’s resident redneck.
“We are continuing our short attention span format with a broad range of cooking methods and interesting people from around the country,” said Leysath. “We’ve received an overwhelmingly positive response from our viewers who appreciate our unique fast-paced format that helps them make the most of their fish and game. From down-home cooks to accomplished restaurant chefs, we’ve got you covered. Viewers will also see another side of other Sportsman Channel hosts better known for their hunting and fishing expertise. As it turns out, they really know how to cook!”
The Sporting Chef, hosted by Scott Leysath, leans on Leysath’s 25-year career as a fish and game chef, along with some of the outdoor industry’s most-talented and innovative experts on the topics of fish and game preparation, outdoor cooking, camping, harvested game handling and storage. The show offers outdoor programming in a fast-paced magazine format covering a variety of topics from stuffing quail with rabbit-rattlesnake sausage to local game feeds to finding out whether farmed salmon is a good thing for our bodies or the environment.