"As one of the leading authorities on wild game cooking, Scott Leysath can make virtually anything wearing fur, feathers or fins come deliciously alive."
~The Denver Post
"Scott Leysath is himself a sportsman who understands the satisfaction of the chase…and the sauces and marinades that transform an ordinary dish into something special."
"...The Galloping Gourmet for the open field."
~San Francisco Chronicle
"He’s practically a crusader when it comes to teaching fellow hunters and fishermen how to make tasty use of what they catch."
~The Post & Courier, Charleston SC
About Scott Leysath
Scott Leysath is a leading authority on the proper preparation of fish and game. He is the author of two “The Sporting Chef’s Wild Game Recipes” cookbooks. He is also the cooking editor of the Ducks Unlimited Magazine and writes for a number of other publications like California Waterfowl Magazine, South Carolina Waterfowl Association's Waterfowl and Wetlands and Cooking Wild Magazine.
Chef Leysath spent four years on HGTV’s “Home Grown Cooking with Paul James”. When not in front of the camera giving useful cooking tips or preparing dishes, he scripted and directed the show’s cooking segments. Scott makes numerous appearances on outdoor television and radio programs nationwide. His inaugural show, “The Sporting Chef” won the Southeastern Press Association’s Excellence in Craft Award for 2 consecutive years.
Leysath is a featured speaker and presenter at outdoor shows and corporate functions across the U.S. If you would like to contact him to entertain your group with his own brand of "Short Attention Span Cooking", call Sporting Chef Productions at 916-351-1079
About The Sporting Chef TV Series:
Among those who hunt and fish are folks who would much rather catch it or kill it than eat it. Oh sure, they don’t want to waste their hard-earned harvest, but many prefer to share with their neighbors rather than fill up their own freezers. Veteran wild game chef and engaging TV host, Scott Leysath, knows that sport fish and wild game not only taste good, but great.
The Sporting Chef 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.