Game in a Day – Derbyshire
Join us on 05 October 2013
This brand new Food Safari day in Derbyshire will celebrate the best of British game from pigeon to partridge and duck to rabbit. During the course you will learn to prepare game for the oven, learn some inspiring new game recipes and enjoy a game lunch.
We will begin the day by looking at some game birds in the feather, and learning about their different seasons, ageing and flavours. You will learn how to bone out a pheasant , and how to joint a rabbit ready to cook with the meat you’ve prepared.
With our tuition you will learn some simple knife skills that will come in handy when doing any thing in the kitchen. Once your meat is prepared we’ll move on to cooking with game.
Dishes on the day may include:
- Confit Partridge legs & pan fried partridge breasts with a red wine jus
- Slow braised rabbit ragu
- Pan fried Pigeon Breasts with a warm salad of bacon, chicory and mustard dressing
- Quail with sherried raisins served on a modern crustini
- Roast Duck
We will also cover accompaniments, stocks and sauces, teaching you the tips of the trade and how to perfect your dishes with different cooking techniques.
You will leave the day with the confidence and inspiration to prepare your own game at home and the knowledge of how to adapt them using different produce as the seasons change.
This course is hosted by and taught by experts from our partners, Seasoned.
Walton upon Trent,
05 October 2013, 10:30 AM
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