All posts by Mark

Mark Norquist is Publisher and Editor of Modern Carnivore. He's spent a good part of his life outdoors. He has a passion for hunting, fishing, foraging and eating healthy food.

Learn To Fillet A Fish

Congratulations, you've caught your first fish! Now what? In this video we'll show you step-by-step instructions to fillet your catch.

/ May 14, 2016

How to Catch Your First Fish

In this first video of a three-part series we’ll show you how to catch your first fish. The equipment needed will cost you less than $100, and most everyone can...

/ May 8, 2016
Foraged fiddleheads

Foraged Fiddleheads: The Wildest Veggie

Foraged Fiddleheads Foraged fiddleheads are the furled fronds of a young fern. Say that 10 times really fast! If you’ve never tried fiddleheads you’re missing out on a fun way...

/ April 12, 2016

We’re All Born Hunters…

Film Producer Clay Hayes discusses bowhunting and hunting traditions in his film Untamed.

/ August 23, 2015

Got Beef?

The U.S. House recently repealed a law called COOL which stands for "Country of Origin Label" related to meat being sold in the U.S.

/ May 24, 2015

Make My Meal – Panfish Tacos

In this recipe Chef Lukas Leaf prepares Panfish Tacos from a fresh catch of crappies. Any type of white meat panfish will work for this simple and delicious recipe. Complexity: 3...

/ May 8, 2015

Book Review: DEERLAND

DEERLAND is a book from Lyons Press and written by Al Cambronne. It takes a thoughtful look at the complexities that surround the wild deer herd in America. As a...

/ March 1, 2015

Let’s Talk Turkey

Wild Turkey Hunting Tim Nelson from MPR News reported yesterday on a new program being offered by the Minnesota DNR for those who have never hunted, but are curious about...

/ February 28, 2015

World to be saved by Veganism?

New dietary guidelines by the US Dept of Health indicate a preference for plant-based diet.

/ February 28, 2015

Adult-Onset Hunting: Signs of a Growing Trend

Greg Leifeld learned to hunt at 39 years old. This growing trend of adult-onset hunters reflects the desire for people to be more connected to their food, and to nature.

/ November 16, 2014