AP: I know from your blog, The Afternoon Off, that you like to cook. Is it true that you hunt for your meat?

Williams: We do get our own venison, yes. I grew up in that culture. ... You know these factory farms are obviously atrocious so I started deer hunting with my dad. He loves it. I make venison jerky and venison roast and venison hot dogs and venison chili and it's a neat kind of barbaric feeling to get a hundred pounds of meat and have it for a whole family for a season. I feed everyone. I give them summer sausages, so I love it. I don't like being in camo (camouflage) at 5 a.m. with my rifle in the miserable cold and bugs, but you know, it's good food and I do eat meat and it's a good way to get it.

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