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RIB-EYE IN THE SKY

IT WAS WHILE lying on my back and looking up the sight of a 12-gauge shotgun at a sky blackened with birds that I realized I was not a hunter. Even though I came from a long line of hunters, I couldn’t hit the side of a barn. My destiny was to cook game, not hunt it.

My father was a phenomenal hunter and as comfortable in the swamp as he was on our front porch.

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