The Sporting Chef and Weston Products Partner for 2015

The Sporting Chef
The Sporting Chef

USA – (Ammoland.Com) Scott Leysath, host of The Sporting Chef TV series airing on Sportsman Channel, and Weston Products are partnering for the 2015 TV show season to promote Weston’s lineup of meat & game processing products on Leysath’s cooking show.

The Sporting Chef airs exclusively on Sportsman Channel Fridays at 11:30 a.m. ET and Sundays at 7 a.m ET. Watch previews and learn more at http://www.thesportsmanchannel.com/shows/the-sporting-chef/

“I’ve used Weston products to process my fish and game for years and they’re the best-built and most dependable on the market. A Weston meat grinder should be a part of any home chef’s arsenal, especially if you process your own antlered game, waterfowl and domestic meats. Nothing beats a freshly-ground Venison, Blue Cheese and Mushroom Burger!” said Leysath.

Farm-to-table, field-to-table, how can you know something was done right if you left it to someone else to do? Knowing how the food on your table got there just feels right. That’s why Weston fuels a movement of hunters, gatherers, and locavores with the enduring, well-built products needed for a self-sustaining approach to food.

Learn more about Weston Products at http://westonproducts.com and http://facebook.com/WestonProducts

Perfect for the holidays, buy Leysath’s newest cookbook, “The Sporting Chef’s Better Venison Cookbook” now available at Amazon and other fine retailers. To order a copy, visit here: http://www.amazon.com/Sporting-Chefs-Better-Venison-Cookbook/dp/1440234574/ref=la_B00E6FEVIM_1_1?s=book

Veteran wild game chef and TV host, Scott Leysath, knows that sport fish and wild game can not only taste good, but great. “The Sporting Chef” TV show hosts a collaborative group of professional chefs, home chefs, cookbook authors and outdoor experts who have joined forces to help anyone prepare better fish and game dishes. Whether cooking at home or in the woods, each week is loaded with information from a cast of characters ranging from award-winning chefs to down home rednecks who know the way to catfish deliciousness.

To learn more about The Sporting Chef TV, visit http://sportingchef.com and on Facebook at http://Facebook.com/TheSportingChef

 

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