We are talking sustainable living with Mike Robinson. Mike is quite the accomplished restaurateur. He trained as a professional chef while living in France. He started his career while working as an apprentice in some of the most notable restaurants in the Savoie region of France where he honed his skills and dedicated his time to work his way up through the ranks. All that hard work and dedication has certainly paid off. Today, Mike owns several extremely successful restaurants in the UK. In fact, in 2008 he opened the now famous Harwood Arms in London. Two years later he was awarded a Michelin star rating and he has held that impressive rating, for the past fifteen years. Mike also grew up an avid outdoorsman. His passion for the outdoors and hunting has steered his course throughout his life. His culinary experience, his pallet for wild game and his natural charm has brought him on a journey to host several “Field to Fork” television shows that air on the Outdoor Channel. Mike is the host of Taste of the Wild, Farming the Wild, Wild Game Master Class and Fishing the Wild to name a few. The one common denominator that Mike’s television shows and restaurants have in common, they focus on wild food. By wild food, he is not only referring to venison. He is referring to free ranging fallow deer, roe deer, rabbit, boar and the like. Join us as mike talks sustainable living through wild food.