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English Springer Spaniels
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Pine Shadows Daybreak Chef
For immediate release
Frederick, South Dakota (January 2017) – Mark Haglin, owner of Pine Shadows Daybreak, is pleased to announce that for the fourth consecutive season our executive chef Rachel Hogan will again lead our culinary team in 2017. Hogan, who trained at the Nutrition Therapy Institute of Denver, is not only a talented chef; she has grown up in the sporting tradition of bird dogs. Rachel is an upland sporting enthusiast, as an owner/operator of a trained English Springer Spaniel. Rachel both hunts and field trials her springer Tuck. A few of last year’s guests were treated to Rachel and Tuck on the huntsmen team guiding in the fields of Daybreak.
Rachel is quite popular beyond Pine Shadows Daybreak. She had her story and her recipe for Elk Sliders published in the Summer 2014 USA Today Hunt&Fish magazine. In 2015 she was in Hollywood competing on Food Network’s chef competition series, Guy’s Grocery Games. Rachel place second!
"It is a privilege to have Rachel continue her service at Daybreak,” said Haglin. "Along with her experience she brings keen sense of meeting needs and we're thrilled to share her with our fine guests.”
“Rachel has been creating new menu items for Daybreak,” Haglin continued, “and we are getting some very delicious, weekly taste tests.”
Pine Shadows presents you with Daybreak, its Orvis endorsed, signature hunting lodge on the historic Elm River in northeastern South Dakota. Daybreak’s eleven square mile estate provides a secluded experience in a peaceful setting with abundant wild game. Your hosts are the Haglins of Pine Shadows who have been training gun dogs, breeding English Springer Spaniels and guiding upland birding since 1976.