So I am reading this article about Alice Waters (Chez Panisse Restaurant owner) and she is talking about the importance of using fresh, local food in her restaurant. Now I lived in Berkeley for more years than I thought possible and I always found her restaurant a little too cute. However, she does have a point. My best meals have always been in the field. A plate of quail breasts simply and quickly fixed in a frying pan just minutes after being shot. Rainbow trout in the back country of Sequoia National Park fixed on a pointed stick and over a small fire (I forgot to throw the cookware in the backpack). Cutthroat trout up in a high mountain lake in Idaho. And my favorite food fish....brookies caught anywhere in the west and immediately fried with farm fresh eggs. So maybe those of us into the "blood" sports need a bumper sticker to get people to eat more natural food. Something like EAT IT....WHERE YOU KILLED IT. Have a jumping fish at one end and a deer on the other. Maybe we can even get Alice to endorse the movement.