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The likes of grouse, partridge, pheasant, rabbit and venison may not be your first choice, but if you like savouring deep, rich flavours check out these delicious. recipes.
This Spanish roast partridge recipe is a perfect seasonal dinner party dish.
This game recipe is a delicious winter recipe for cold days.
Fancy a romantic Christmas or dinner party for two? This roast partridge recipe is ideal.
This game dish is a wonderful alternative to a traditional English roast.
Introduced by the Normans in the 11th century, the pheasant is now a familiar sight in the British countryside. This is a fabulous alternative to a traditional Sunday lunch.
This delicious pastry pie makes this a star dish for a special meal - Christmas Eve perhaps, or for any grand occasion.
This game pie recipe may be a labour of love but its aroma and taste is worth the wait.
Because pheasant is such a lean meat, make sure you ask your butcher for mince made from a good, fatty piece of pork belly.
Rabbit is one of our finest wild foods and it's now in season. This flavoursome rabbit recipe is great for a dinner party.
Try something different and truly continental: this simple but delicious rabbit and pasta recipe, with its lovely lean meat and light tomato sauce, is loved by Italians.
A wonderful game recipe to serve at an upmarket dinner, with braised cabbage making the perfect accompaniment.
This is a hearty slow cooked venison and chestnut recipe, perfect to satisfy a hearty appetite.
This recipe of venison and beetroot is a great alternative to Sunday lunch. Bagnèt is an Italian bread sauce.
A quick and easy venison supper that’s packed with seasonal ingredients. Increase the quantities to serve at a dinner party.
Scandinavians get through cold winter days with lots of filling casseroles and stews. This stew recipe uses venison which is fairly lean, so slow-cooking is a perfect way to cook it to stop it drying out.
Make this lovely, warming winter dish from lean venison and seasonal chestnuts.
If you are lucky enough to have a butcher who stocks game birds, you will no doubt know that grouse is in season from 12 August, known as the Glorious 12th. The price of prepared grouse tends to be lower in September.
Try this quick and easy Middle Eastern recipe that mixes quails with a variety of exotic fruits. An impressive dinner party dish.
Sales of game have increased by nearly 50% in recent years, plus it's rich in protein, low in fat, versatile, healthy, with a fantastic flavour. Rising star chef Bryn Williams shares his trade secrets on buying and cooking game.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a leaner and more free-range meat than game so give Tom Norrington-Davies’ flavoursome autumnal dishes a try.
Back in fashion, and for good reason, game is wonderfully versatile, while food miles have made foraging popular. Learn how to cook game to perfection and to forage safely.
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