NRA Families eat better than other families, and that's because we bring home healthy wild protein to feed ourselves. All hunters are wild-game chefs to an extent, but most of us are more than happy to accept a little help at the kitchen counter in order to make that wild game even more delicious. Hi-Mountain Seasonings has been at the forefront of that effort for 30 years, and they're celebrating with a series of limited-edition anniversary items on their website. Our favorite (so far) is the custom-made 30th Anniversary Limited Edition Chef Knife.
Made by renowned custom knife maker Matt Peterson of Fire on the Mountain Custom Crafts in Colorado, the Hi Mountain 30th Anniversary Limited Edition Chef Knife is truly a unique piece of cutlery. Featuring an 8-inch blade with a 15-degree edge, the blade is made of 66-layer Damascus steel with a high level of edge retention and overall strength. The beautiful Damascus steel layers are joined with an oak handle finished with food-safe linseed oil and beeswax. It is held in place with beautifully crafted Wyoming Bison or Elk Mosaic pins. It is perfect for everyday kitchen use or for display in the included presentation box.
A perfect complement to the Hi Mountain 30th Anniversary Limited Edition Chef Knife is the Hi Mountain 30th Anniversary Limited Edition Cutting Board. It’s made from solid North American Black Walnut, finished with food-safe mineral oil, and is perfect for prepping food for any meal. Measuring 11x17 inches and a sturdy 1-inch thick, the cutting board has a juice grove and is engraved with Hi Mountain Seasonings' 30th Anniversary emblem. Customers save $10 off the regular cutting board price of $49.99 when buying them together. Prices are $199.99, knife only; and $239.99, knife and cutting board combination. Himtnjerky.com
Hi Mountain’s entire line of products, cooking tips, instructional videos and recipes are also available at www.himtnjerky.com. Hi Mountain products also can be found at high-end sporting-goods stores, farm-and-ranch stores and many local grocery stores.