Game to Eat

Michel Roux’s Pheasant in the Coq au Vin Style

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Michel Roux, chef restaurateur of the Michelin starred Waterside Inn, Bray, has created these fantastic recipes for Game-to-Eat.  Serves 4 Ingredients 2 pheasants; remove the legs and the thighs and separate them; cut away the back bone with scissors and reserve; leave the breasts on the bone but cut evenly lengthways through the middle of…

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Local & Seasonal Food at Your Fingertips

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When it comes to shopping, buying local produce is not only cheaper and tastier, but it’s also a whole lot better for the environment. And, with so much delicious local food and drink on our doorsteps, there’s really no excuse not to change the way we shop, which is exactly what www.bigbarn.co.uk has been championing for…

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Game Pie

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Serves 4 Ingredients 600g Game Mix, 50g Diced Onion, 50g Diced Carrot, 50g Diced Celery, 50g Diced Leek, 50g Diced Butternut Squash, 30g Chopped Garlic, 20g Chopped Lemon Thyme, 250ml Veal Stock, 250ml Red Wine, 800g Cheddar Mash.   Method Sear the game mix in a hot pan. Add the onion, carrot, celery, leek, squash,…

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Michel Roux’s Partridge with a Little Twist and Kick

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Michel Roux, chef restaurateur of the Michelin starred Waterside Inn, Bray, has created these fantastic recipes for Game-to-Eat.  Serves 2 Ingredients 2 partridges 100g back bacon, cut into small lardons and blanched for 30 seconds 150g broccoli florets, blanched for 30 seconds 60g carrots cut into medium julienne 1 jalapeno chilli, deseeded and finely sliced,…

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Michel Roux’s Pheasant in the Coq au Vin Style

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Michel Roux, chef restaurateur of the Michelin starred Waterside Inn, Bray, has created these fantastic recipes for Game-to-Eat.  Serves 4 Ingredients 2 pheasants; remove the legs and the thighs and separate them; cut away the back bone with scissors and reserve; leave the breasts on the bone but cut evenly lengthways through the middle of…

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Squirrel Meat – What’s the matter?

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What is it about the grey squirrel that brings out such animosity? They are completley free range and a healthy source of meat. Whats more they are alien to Britain and have a huge detrimental effect on the native red squirrel. Here is an article showing just that: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2763076/TV-chef-Hugh-sparks-animal-rights-outrage-reveals-My-son-shoots-squirrels-eat.html However, Good News – there will…

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A selection of back copies of previous year’s posters

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A selection of back copies of previous year’s posters:  A3 Poster Venison Salad.pdf A3 Poster Spiced Plum and Venison Salad.pdf A3 Poster Roast Pheasant with Chestnut Dumplings.p A3 Poster Roast Partridge with Thyme Butter.pdf A3 Poster Roast Partridge with Autumn greens.pdf A3 Poster Pheasant with Roast Pepper Pappardelle.pdf A3 Poster Pan Seared Breast of Pheasant2.pdf…

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