Game to Eat

Four Hour Venison Osso Bucco

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Serves 4 Ingredients 12 small venison leg steaks, 20g fresh lemon-thyme, 100g diced onion, 250ml red wine, 100g diced carrot, 500ml veal stock, 100g diced celery, 50g chopped garlic, 100g diced leek, Milled salt & pepper.   Method In a hot pan sear the venison steaks Add the onion, carrot, celery, leek and garlic to…

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Sophie Wright

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Chef and cookery book author with a love of British food. She created recipes for the Game-to-Eat recipe booklet in 2008 and loves game for its taste, versatility and health benefits.  At twenty Sophie was the UK’s youngest head chef, running the kitchen one of Notting Hill’s most famous celeb hangouts, BBB. During her training…

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Rich Venison Sauce With Pappardelle Pasta

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  Preparation time: 20 minutes Cooking time: 45 minutes to 1 hour Serves: 4 persons       INGREIDENTS 4 tbsp olive oil 500g venison mince 2 medium onions, finely chopped 2 cloves garlic 300mls red wine or port 1 tsp dried oregano 2 tbsp tomato paste 1 beef stock cube1 x 400g chopped tomatoes…

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Honeycomb Game and Woodland Mushroom Cannelloni

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Serves 4 Ingredients 400g miced game, 100g diced red onion, 200g diced onion, 200g chopped tomatoes, 200g sliced field mushrooms, 10g chopped oregano, 20g chopped garlic, 12 fresh pasta tubes, 100ml red wine, Milled salt & pepper.   Method Fry the onion, garlic and game, add mushrooms and red wine, simmer for five minutes Remove…

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Jose Souto

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Chef Lecturer in Culinary Arts Westminster Kingsway College, London with a specialist interest in game. Jose has worked with Game-to-Eat on chef training days and cookery demonstrations for food press.  Jose Souto studied at Westminster Kingsway College where he met the man that introduced him to game, Michael Hollingsworth, Chef Lecturer and Head of Culinary Arts. …

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Venison strikes high in health and taste test

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A newly completed study published in the Society of Chemical Industry has shown once again the wonders of wild game. Along with a study onnutritional facts completed by the Game to Eat initiative this shows that venison is not only healthier for the consumers but potentially tastier. The abstract can be seen below. Abstract BACKGROUND The…

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Chargrilled Venison Taglietelle and Rhubarb Salsa

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Serves 4 Ingredients 4 venisn steaks, 10g small diced red onion, 400g fresh taglietelle, 10g plum tomato concasse, Milled salt & pepper, 5g chopped red chilli, 5ml olive oil, 20g diced cooked rhubarb, 5ml lemon oil, 1/2 fresh lime.   Method Mix the onion, tomato, chilli, rhubarb with the lemon oil, seasoning and lime juice…

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Rich Venison Stew with Apricots and Juniper

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  Slowly stewed venison shoulder cubes in red wine with apricots, cloves and juniper.  Serves: 4 Preparation time: 25 minutes Cooking time: 1 3/4 hours     Ingredients 1kg shoulder venison, shoulder is the best, cut into 2″ cubes 1 tbsp veg oil or beef dripping 2 large onions, chopped 1 large carrot, peeled and…

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