@Just Gina is sweet enough to not do that with chicken, she knows I'm not a fan of that disgusting yard bird. But she does it with other things and I put things on her plate, like excess tomatoes. Works out quite well except that I seem to find the weight that she losesSimple solution, Just Gina; dump the chicken on A B's plate, and steal your favourite salad vege back off his ...
BeeMaa agree with your last point - “concerned with the Quality of the animals..”. That is all I care about on any guided hunt. Food? As long as it’s enough to sustain my life for the week or 10 days i’m there and doesn’t make me violently ill - that’s good enough. I don’t go on any Hunt for the food and don’t expect good food in Camp - just like I don’t expect a trophy 40” buff in a restaurant (although I will enjoy both if encountered). I’ve been fortunate that I’ve never had “bad food” in a hunting Camp - but then my standards are very reasonable (even Low). The fun part of any meal in Camp - for me - is the conversation that takes place and what I learn form them (other hunters or the PH/Guide). Those “conversations” can Never be replicated anywhere else and just like the Hunt itself, they became part a unique And memorable experience.The quality of the food is important. It’s part of the experience and there’s a big difference between deer camp with the guys and a safari in Tz.
I will also say that if expectations are at a certain level for the client and it was part of the agreement, then there is a problem that should be addressed.
However, addressing it in this manner and misrepresenting who they are by using someone else’s name shows the character of the OP.
Truth is that I’d be more concerned with the quality of the animals and how the hunt was done.