Jeremiah Doughty, From Field To Plate

Jeremiah Doughty is a wild game chef from Southern California. He founded From Field To Plate as a tool for others to use and learn from. He did not have anyone there to help him when he first started in the outdoors and did not want anyone else to have that struggle. So he founded a blog with stories and recipes. In 2017 he started a hands-on 4 day hunting, butchering & cooking school in South Texas. The classes have been mentioned in Outdoor life, NWTF, Mossy Oak and other magazines. He has since taken over 300 new and veterans hunters into the field and kitchen. He has evolved his business into a thriving social media outlet, passion projects, recipes and soon launching his first cookbook. His passion for the outdoors grows every day and he can't wait to change the Hunting Industry with a fork and a knife Keep Reading →

What we’ve been up to and what’s to come around the campfire

Britt goes solo this week, with a quick check in. Explaining what they’ve been up to with their camp that they’ve had bouncing around the woods for 2 months. Her experience with canned wine, and life lessons. Camping must-haves for long camping trips in the RV, their favorite Traeger recipes right now. Plus, what’s to come around the campfire as we approach fall and a new season of RECKONING Keep Reading →

Getting to know Cody

On this weeks episode we get to know Britt's husband Cody. They discuss their first hunts together. How that differs from going with just the guys & how that's changed over the years. Their antelope hunts: Montana 2007 & Utah 2020. How they hunt with their kids, tips for taking them, your wife, girlfriend or someone new to hunting. Listen to some of their favorite hunting stories, when they were nervous, unprepared, plus their recent adventures & what's to come! Keep Reading →

Solo Female Motorcyclist, Nikki Chamberlain goes across America while camping and discovering what it means to live in each state!

We chat with Nikki Chamberlain, who goes by the alias Kiwi Cruisette on Instagram, she has just wrapped up the trip of a lifetime. After losing her job as part of company wide covid layoffs, she turned this devastating year into an unforgettable journey of discovery, embracing the uncertainty and following a pipe dream. She has spent the last 6 months riding solo across America on her motorcycle, camping in forests, taking the backroads and discovering what it means to live in each of the 48 contiguous states. As an immigrant, she was curious to know what life was like for Americans from all walks of life, so she interviewed locals along the way, asking them for their take on the American Dream. Her interviews, daily vlogs and educational videos are published on her instagram and youtube channel, Lunch Cutter Productions. (We learn what a lunch cutter is!) By sharing her journey and learnings along the way, she hopes to encourage other women to ride and explore - and consider taking up motorcycle camping (aka motocamping) as a way to do both. After all, if you see it, you can be it. Keep Reading →