Also, our local radio station, KWMR has a unique selection of music.
Had a pigeon 2 nights ago. They've proved tough, so I hung this one for few days and it was really good. With red wine, rice, garden greens.
I just read the chapter "Aging Game Birds" in Hunt, Gather, Cook by Hank Shaw, a very good book (Rodale) on obtaining and cooking from the wild. Also was reading about cooking pigeons in Chez Panisse Cooking by Paul Bertolli/Alice Waters. They serve a lot of pigeons at the restaurant, they say. They have a recipe for making broth from the bones, which are baked or grilled, then chopped up with big cleaver and simmered an hour in light beef or chicken broth. I'm going to try it in the next day or two, with the pigeon bones and duck bones. Got to be good.