In the European system, wildlife is owned by whoever owns the land. This contradicts our American system, in which wildlife belongs to "we," the collective people, regardless of whose land it happens to be on.
With my raccoon relationship cleared up, I began to develop a sort of craving for raccoon meat. Or at least an intense curiosity about what they actually taste like.
It is gritty footage, though I think it will be illuminating for anyone who's ever wondered about their own relationship to the animals they eat.
The Food Network's ratings took a steep hit in the latter part of 2010, the New York Post reports: In the fourth quarter, Food Network, which helped...