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NEW Game to Eat recipe leaflet now available

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The Countryside Alliance’s Game to Eat initiative is once again welcoming in the wild game season with a brand new and innovative wild game recipe leaflet. Incorporating the best of British wild game these specially created recipes will take you on a journey of luxurious ingredients and exquisite tastes, leaving you craving your next wild game…

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Head Chef of The Arundell Arms’ special venison recipe

| Food and Farming, Game to Eat, Shooting, Shooting and Conservation

Our thanks to Steven Pidgeon, Head Chef at top sporting hotel The Arundell Arms Hotel in Devon for letting the Countryside Alliance Autumn magazine publish his recipe for venison and chocolate casserole. The Countryside Alliance’s Game to Eat campaign is working hard to get game onto the national menu, and the support of top chefs such…

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Winter 2016 magazine now online

| Communities and Business, Consultation and Lobbying, Countryside Alliance Awards, Food and Farming, Game to Eat, Hunting, Latest News, Shooting, Shooting and Conservation

The Countryside Alliance’s Winter 2016 issue is out now, featuring an eye catching hunt button cover from photographer Nico Morgan. The issue is also online and can be downloaded here. Below is the editor’s welcome to the issue, outlining just some of the content. “You may not know it, but only one pack of hounds…

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8 top tips for cooking game by Game to Eat

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Our expert Game to Eat team has put together 8 offaly good tips for helping you cook game during Great British Game Week. Get stuck in and #eatmoregame.   1.What grows together goes together The pairing of seasonal foods with wild game is of massive benefit, for example fruits such as blackberries with pigeon, and root…

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Wild times as the Great British Game Food Festival hits Borough Market

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Borough Market, the historic London food market, was the centrepiece of the wild game industry last Saturday (19th November) as 12 game related businesses supplied the crowds with a range of jaw-dropping British foods at the inaugural Great British Game Food Festival. Visitors to the market enjoyed both a range of produce, food and butchery…

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Head of Shooting talks to BBC Radio York about the benefits that grouse shooting brings to North York Moors

| Game to Eat, Latest News, Shooting, Shooting and Conservation

Head of Shooting at the Countryside Alliance, Liam Stokes, was interviewed last week by BBC Radio York’s Gareth Barlow about the investment and employment benefits that grouse shooting brings to the North York Moors. To listen to the interview, please follow link: (interview takes place between: 33:30-38:30 mins). The interview took place ahead of this…

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CA grouse shooting film

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With the grouse shooting season underway it’s a good moment to enjoy again the short film our Game to Eat chef Lee Maycock made for us in 2012 with the help of moor owner Mark Hancock, ‘keeper Chris Harsley and Amanda Anderson of the Moorland Association. The film covers conservation, moor burning and, vitally, the…

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Countryside Alliance at Essex Young Farmers Game Evening

| Campaigns, Game to Eat, Latest News, Shooting and Conservation

The Essex Young Farmers Club was packed for an evening of game tasting and a talk by Countryside Alliance Political Assistant James Somerville-Meikle. The event, on Tuesday 24 November, was part of the Great British Game Week which was jointly founded by the Countryside Alliance as part of our Game-to-Eat campaign. Great British Game Week is…

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