Hunting the Menu, debuts 2017

Former WIN cameraman Corey Wilson is moving in front of the lens in his new television show, Hunting the Menu, debuting on Aurora Community TV on Monday January 23 and Channel 31 on Tuesday January 24.

The “sustainable cooking” show will showcase freshly caught produce from the ocean to the bush in locations around and nearby the Illawarra.

Wilson, 47, said each of the six episodes will educate the viewer about which animals to take and which to leave behind plus the health benefits of eating wild, lean and unprocessed meats.

“Instead of going to the shops to get the fresh food we go to the bush, or we go to the ocean or a river,” the Stanwell Park resident said.

“[It] aims to show how, with a bit of planning, we can all incorporate a little hunter gatherer into our everyday food consumption.”

Wilson is joined by Shane Simpson, “the hunter”, and Andrew Dawson, “the chief”.

HUNTING THE MENU: How everyday meals (like stay freshwater cray) can be made by getting back to basics and using a few simple ingredients thoughtfully sourced. Picture: Supplied

HUNTING THE MENU: How everyday meals (like stay freshwater cray) can be made by getting back to basics and using a few simple ingredients thoughtfully sourced. Picture: Supplied