Wild Meat in a Day – Prepare, Cook & Eat!
Join us on 26 October 2013 or 16 November 2013
Game seems to be all the rage at the moment, it’s sustainable, healthy and nutritious.
Meet Robert Gooch and Ray Kent of the Wild Meat Company who will share their wealth of experience about shooting, hanging and ageing wild game. Go behind-the-scenes at their butchery and see their game larders full of wild game shot in Suffolk. You will learn about different species of game, their habitat and seasons and see a range of wild game shot on local farms and estates.
Then it’s time to get hands-on! You will learn to bone, stuff and roll a pheasant and skin and joint a rabbit and you will take home all the meat you prepare to show off to family and friends.The butchery workshop will focus on knife skills and give you some tips for preparing game at home.
Later you will be able to relax while you watch Madalene Bonvini Hamel from the British Larder demonstrate some mouth-watering game dishes such as partridge and rabbit terrine and grilled marinaded partridge with jerusalem artichoke salad. Madalene will share pick tips, ideas and advice for cooking game in your own kitchen.
Finally we’ll enjoy a gourmet three-course game lunch with plenty of wine, followed by coffee.
What you will get out of the day
You’ll leave the day with the confidence and inspiration to prepare your own game at home, a handful of creative recipes to impress your friends and some of the game you have prepared yourself!
The ticket price includes a three-course lunch with wine, the meat you’ve prepared to take home, a pack of information and recipes and a Food Safari apron.
- 26 October – 3 places
- 16 November – 10 places
Call 01728 621380 with any questions to to book.
British Larder Suffolk
Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 2PU
26 October 2013, 10:00 AM
16 November 2013, 10:00 PM
£160 per person
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Nearby Places To Stay
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The Bell Inn is a charming and popular pub in the upmarket seaside village of Walberswick. Some of rooms have sea views.
Just over an hour’s drive from Food Safari HQ and the Suffolk coast, this is a bed and breakfast in an elegant house, which can also accommodate large groups in the timber framed barn.