If you subscribe to the Ron Swanson school of eating, meet your new favorite read. Meat Eater: Adventures from the Life of an American Hunter from Steven Rinella is a full-scale look at the complete scope of hunting and eating what you kill. It’s about man’s relationship with nature, the declining frontier, and the ethics of hunting in general. After understanding and respecting what Rinella is talking about, Meat Eater is also, in a sense, a cookbook for the kind of guy who doesn’t buy his ground beef discounted from the local supermarket. Even if you don’t hunt down our own venison, the book will give you a better appreciation for what you’re tossing down your gullet.