Stacy Lyn Harris, sustainable living advocate and author, is pioneering the farm-to-fork/field- to-fork eating movement. In addition to free-range, organic domesticated animals, and heirloom vegetables and fruits, she advocates harvesting animals from the wild. She has been dubbed “A New Breed of Cook” in that she cooks what is natural and sustainable “two qualities no longer considered mutually exclusive from good taste.” Putting aside her career as a lawyer, Stacy now lives her dream of raising seven children and maintaining a healthy, sustainable, back-to-the basics lifestyle.
Stacy Lyn regularly co-hosts a cooking segment on the Sportsman Channel on the Sporting Chef TV Show. She is a frequent guest on WSFA TV (NBC affiliate) cooking Sustainable Southern dishes and has been the featured guest on The Joni Lamb Show (Daystar TV – reaching worldwide audiences), Destination Whitetail, Deer and Deer Hunting, The Jackie Bushman Show, The Rick and Bubba Show, and many others.
Stacy Lyn is a wife and mother to 7, a native of Pike Road, Alabama and is the author of 3 Bestselling cookbooks, Recipes and Tips for Sustainable Living (Krause Publishing 2013), Tracking the Outdoors In (Gray Forest Publishing 2012), and Wildgame: Food for your family (Krause Publishing 2013) and a DVD, Gourmet Venison (Krause Publishing 2013).
Her blog, gameandgarden.com, has been named one of the top 100 blogs by Hearst Publication and her recipes, expertise in sustainable living, and Southern heritage have been reference by CookingChannel.tv, glamour.com, healthyliving.msn.com, surlatable.com and featured in GRIT.com, Alabama Magazine, LEAN Magazine, Deer and Deer Hunting Magazine and countless other websites and magazines.
Stacy Lyn has written for SouthernLiving.com, BonniePlants.com, ArtofManliness.com and numerous outdoor/sustainable living magazines such as MossyOak Gamekeepers, Buckmasters, and Living Ready Magazine.
Our family has a passion for God, family, the outdoors, and preparing and feasting on awesome food! Scott and I began our family of two in 1993 and it has grown to nine since then.
Scott and I hope to pass on to our children our love of the natural resources at our fingertips. We hope to encourage them to enjoy what our land has to offer, manage it, and to be good stewards of all that has been given us. Each of the children are finding their niche in our sustainable lifestyle. You will often see blogs written by my oldest children, especially concerning the garden and hunting sections.
My other children are busy cooking my recipes for a third, fourth, or fifth time to make sure that the recipes are accurate and keeping things going when I have deadlines. The smaller children keep the herb garden, make flower arrangements for the table, check the chickens for eggs, and much much more!
Our goal is to encourage you to take advantage of God’s resources and create fabulous food that nourishes the body for its full potential in living a happy abundant life. I hope you will enjoy the information posted in the pages of our website, facebook, or twitter and in the various articles in magazines and in our books. May God bless you!