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Stacy Lyn’s Long Bio

Southern chef Stacy Lyn Harris is the bestselling author of three books, founder of the popular Game and Garden blog, and co-host of “The Sporting Chef” on The Sportsman’s Channel. Her simple approach to sourcing and preparing delicious meals makes life easier for those who want great fresh food everyday.

An Alabama native, Stacy Lyn was an only child with career-minded parents. She quickly learned the importance of fast, accessible meals, but often felt as if something was missing. Her grandmother’s words resonated with her over the years: “Food is more than just something to eat; relationships ‘stick’ when built around a table of good quality fresh food.”

Author

As her family began to grow, Stacy left her career as a lawyer to raise seven children (now ages 7 to 22), a garden full of vegetables, and a few happy chickens and bees. Throughout her homesteading journey, she has shared her knowledge on wild game, sustainability, cooking, and gardening in three cookbooks—#1 Bestseller Tracking the Outdoors In (2011), Wild Game: Food for Your Family (Krause, 2012), and Recipes & Tips for Sustainable Living (Krause, 2013)—and her DVD Gourmet Venison: Tasty Field to Table Recipes (Krause, 2013). Her latest book, Stacy Lyn’s Harvest Cookbook, was sold out on Amazon within hours of its release.

TV Personality

Stacy Lyn’s fresh perspective, delivered with Southern Girl-Next-Door charm, landed her a permanent co-hosting position on “The Sporting Chef” TV show on the Sportsman Channel and RFD-TV’s “Rural Heritage,” where she cooks effortlessly for her fans and offer easy tips for great meals. Dubbed “A New Breed of Cook” for cooking food that is natural, sustainable, and delicious, Stacy Lyn creates recipes that have been described as “rustic and comfortable, but with a certain elegance perfect for entertaining.” She is inspired by ingredients and is passionate about sharing what she has learned to make life easier, more fulfilling, and more joyful for others.

Writer/Speaker

Stacy Lyn writes for national and local magazines—including Southern Living, Glamour, Healthy Living, First for Women, and Parade—and has been featured widely. She was the first woman to write for and grace the cover of Backwoodsman Magazine, Art of Manliness (a brilliant website), Mossy Oak GameKeepers Magazine, and The Outpost Magazine. 

She performs cooking demos at events such The Country Living Show, Southeastern Outdoor Writers Association, Pheasant Fest, and many more. During her demos, she speaks to thousands about conservation, sustainability, small-farm life, and cooking fresh and/or wild. Stacy Lyn is also a speaker for churches and other civic groups, speaking on topics such as raising a family and the importance of home, gardening, and health.

Stacy Lyn’s Short Bio

Southern chef Stacy Lyn Harris is the bestselling author of three cookbooks, founder of the popular Game and Garden blog, and a co-host of “The Sporting Chef” on The Sportsman’s Channel and RFDTV’s “Rural Heritage.” Her simple approach to sourcing and preparing delicious meals makes life easier for those who want great fresh food everyday. Her no-nonsense recipes and writing have been featured in Southern Living, Glamour, First for Women, and Healthy Living. Dubbed “A New Breed of Cook” for cooking food that is natural, sustainable and delicious, she crafts recipes described as “rustic and comfortable, but with a certain elegance perfect for entertaining.” At events such as the Country Living Fair, church and civic appearances, and more, she demonstrates cooking and speaks to thousands about conservation, sustainability, small-farm life, and cooking fresh and/or wild.

Praise

She’s the real deal! –Carla Hall, Co-Host ABC’s The Chew
 
My soul is singing with happiness.— P. Allen Smith, TV Host, Garden to Table
 
She is entertaining our viewers with her endearing Southern charm and culinary expertise. — Scott Leysath, host The Sporting Chef
 
Harris’ range and depth in the kitchen will open up all sorts of new culinary worlds — Hank Shaw, James Beard Award Author