BASC’s Taste of Game and the Countryside Alliance’s Game to Eat, supported by the Moorland Association, are about to launch their 4th Great British Game Week between 20th November to 26th November.
Great British Game Week highlights all that is great about wild game meat with a range of events including dinners, the promotion of game menus and special offers. With the aim of the week being to promote the wide variety of delicious wild meat that is local to us in the UK.
Although the UK is home to a large variety of game it is quite uncommon for it to be included in our regular diets. The meat is rich and may seem a bit unusual and even daunting for many. Though I can confirm it is delicious, easy to cook and even pretty good for you (low in fat content and high in omega-3's!) No need to be afraid...
At Turnip The Beet we love to use local, seasonal and delicious produce! Therefore we happily include a variety of game on our menu's and love to try interesting flavour combinations to showcase the delights that are on offer from our local countryside.
Menu's from previous Turnip The Beet catered occasions have included Hoisin Marinaded Venison Canapes, Pheasant and Black Pudding Terrine, Venison Encroute with Chocolate Jus and even Pancetta wrapped Grouse with Bread Sauce and Star Anise Plum Chutney.
If you are interested in trying out some Game recipes for yourself check out the Game-To-Eat campaign who are dedicated to increasing the eating and enjoyment of British wild game and have a huge abundance of tried and tested recipes to choose from. Lets us know all about your findings and creations at email@example.com