Mufid Elfgeeh, 30, of Rochester, is seen in an undated handout picture released by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, in Rochester, New York June 2, 2014. Elfgeeh, the owner of a western New York food market, faced accusations in court on Monday that he illegally bought guns to shoot and kill members of the U.S. [...]
Mufid A. Elfgeeh, a 30-year-old man who owns a food store in upstate New York, has been arrested and charged with funding Islamic terrorist group ISIS, attempting to send jihadists to fight with them in Syria and even plotted to gun down U.S. troops, according to Federal authorities.
The ultimate who-done-it of our time is not a scandalous political act or John Grisham plot line, but the story of honey bees. 40 percent of bee colonies vanished during the winter of 2006, and another 36 percent departed the winter after. Show More Summary
As fast food workers battle for a $15-an-hour wage, they're getting ready to strike this week—and get arrested if they have to. McDonald's, Burger King, and Wendy's employees are among those planning a protest on Thursday, the Chicago Tribune reports, and the effort will include broad civil disobedience, the...
Apparently, the Elyria, Ohio school district made a darn good cookie. So good, these pink-frosted confections were declared Cleveland's "Best Cafeteria Cookie" a few years ago. This back-to-school season, though, federal food police decided to put an end to the award-winning reat. Show More Summary
Forget what you've heard or read: dogs and cats mostly get along very well. Emotional case in point? This abandoned dog who befriended this paralyzed cat. There was also this dog and this cat, who plotted an escape from the kitchen together. Sometimes, however, these two popular pets don't exactly see eye to eye... Show More Summary
By Mark Kenyon It’s a sight I love to see. Little green leaves popping up out of the dirt and duff. The photo above shows my just emerging Whitetail Institute Winter Greens food plot and boy does it get me excited. In the coming weeks this plot and others will grow exponentially up towards the […]
I am crazy busy, so we’re talking food today and I’m robbing an old post from my food blog, Pots and Plots. No Southern party or get together is ever complete without the inclusion of sausage balls. These meatball size bundles of meaty, cheesy deliciousness are nothing in the realm of healthy (though you can […]
In the middle of a busy Indian marketplace, a young boy steals a taste of a coveted sea urchin. The way he closes his eyes and tastes the flavor shows us (and the urchin’s vendor) that he is more than just a curious boy – he understands and appreciates food. Show More Summary
Let’s talk food plots. You know what those are right? You sure do if you enjoy hunting. I do and want to try some good seed for the Crystal Pig Hunt Club food plots! In this week’s program we’re going to learn about the just announced alliance between Tecomate Wildlife Systems and Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings. Tecomate excels at modern food... Read More
It seems McDonald's and KFC aren't the only ones tainted by the expired meat scandal. Starbucks pulled sandwiches from its shelves after discovering that several China branches also carried products from Shanghai Husi Food Co, a Shanghai supplier shuttered for selling expired meat and re-using meat that had fallen on the factory floor. [ more › ]
Chef, the upcoming Weinstein Company-backed film starring actor Bradley Cooper will be shot in the United Kingdom, according to The Knowledge. This makes sense considering the plot of the movie, which is not to be confused with actor/director Jon...
It's a great recipe! Take a delicious, palate-tested plot. Mix in fresh, quality ingredients like sharp writing and beautiful location shots. Spice with stellar acting from a cast of seasoned professionals, among the best in the business. Show More Summary
By Mark Kenyon Spraying food plots, checking trail cameras, scouting bean fields, hiking through Yosemite National Park. Yup, it’s been a busy week here at Wired To Hunt – both with whitetails and otherwise. None-the-less, despite my cross-country exploits, as always I’ve collected some of the best whitetail related reading from across the web for […]
You have a desire to attract deer to your hunting spot, but you don’t have the money to buy land. Nor do you have the time to improve someone else’s property that you might get to hunt for only a couple of days this season. News flash: Cultivating a small food plot needn’t cost you thousands of dollars and a week’s vacation. Show More Summary
If my food plots fail it probably won't be from a lack of rain. As this is written, southern Michigan is “enjoying” its third straight day of rain. The timing is good even if the soggy conditions are a tad annoying for those lookingShow More Summary
By Mark Kenyon Today on Wired To Hunt Weekly I’m sharing a short story about one of my favorite food plots, and why I’m giving up on it completely this year, and letting it grow up into weeds. Within this story is an important lesson on food plot location, and the potential risks and reward […]
In Episode #11 of the Wired To Hunt Podcast we’re diving deep into the topic of food plots and joining us is the 2004 QDMA Deer Manager of the Year, a wildlife habitat consultant and author of the new book Food Plot Success By Design, this is Jeff Sturgis. To listen to the podcast click […]
By Mark Kenyon This past weekend it was spraying food plots, hanging no trespassing signs and checking cameras. This weekend it’s brush hogging and hanging more cameras. The work never ends, but I guess that’s part of what I love about it so much. Hunting whitetails is a 365 day a year job, no doubt […]
Now that the weather has finally warmed up, if you're serious about having a successful whitetail season next fall, you'll be thinking about planting foot plots now! Tiffany and I travel all over the country each year attending deer classics and sports...