Game to Eat

 

COUNTRYSIDE ALLIANCE

A tasty and healthy alternative to Lamb, Chicken, Beef or Pork

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Welcome to Game-to-Eat the campaign dedicated to promoting the delights of wild British game meat. On this site you will find lots of information about the different types of game, when they are in season, advice on where to buy and ideas for lots of exciting recipes. And if you are a retailer or a caterer there is masses of information in our trade area to help you make the most of this wonderful product of the British countryside. The campaign is a key part of the Countryside Alliance’s campaigning work and is dedicated to promoting the produce of our shoots, game dealers, butchers and farm shops.

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Success of Shot for the Pot

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

The inaugural Shot for the Pot event has just finished and the success was truly over-whelming. With the help of social media and the majority of the shooting magazines the word got around and the amount of participation that occured was incredible. 

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Game-to-Eat's latest catering college success

Thursday, 7 November 2013

On 6th November 2013 the Countryside Alliance's Game-to-Eat Chef, Lee Maycock, delivered a game preparation and cooking course to 3rd year students at Beford College. It involved all the aspects of game, from species recognition and ecology through to recipe ideas and serving.  

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The Indian Initiative

Monday, 28 October 2013

It is the Game to Eat campaign’s mission to increase the sales of wild game in Britain. In order to accomplish our mission we have a brand new initiative aimed at getting game into Indian restaurants. It is a fantastic idea for a number of reasons. Firstly, wild game fits perfectly with Indian spices and cooking methods.

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Partridge Confit

Tuesday, 8 October 2013

A while ago a friend told me a great way to preserve game birds legs was to confit them. You could collect them slowly, putting them all together, until you have enough to feed the hungry. Using this process meant they would also keep much longer. 

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Autumn Magazine Feature - Spicing up the Game

Tuesday, 1 October 2013

It turns out the campaigns local Indian restaurant are firm advocates of wild game and have been using it since they took over in 2000. In the following article the Kennington Tandoori's owners Kowsar and Rukshana talk about their respct and passion for game, and our future plans together. Read more about it here

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Recipe Leaflets

FREE GAME RECIPE LEAFLETS

Friday, 13 September 2013

The Game to Eat recipe leaflets have been a real success story for the campaign over the past ten years. Since our beginning eight recipe leaflets have been designed, including a double sided A5 leaflet focused solely on grouse. The numbers that have been posted out to members and the public has grown year on year, culminating in over 80,000 being sent out last year.

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Pheasant

Pheasant

Grilled, pan-fried, roasted, casseroled and even a pheasant curry...click here for lots of exciting pheasant recipes!
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Venison

Venison

BBQ'd, braised, minced or served as classic steaks...click here for lots of exciting venison recipes!
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Partridge

Partridge

Hot pots, salads and served Moroccan style...click here for lots of exciting partridge recipes!
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Celebrity testimonials
Alex James
Blur Bass Guitarist
Alex James Blur Bass Guitarist
Game is about the best bargain going and it’s hard to think of how an animal could be more ethically reared, or how it could be any more expensive.



This is what it takes to put a pheasant, a grouse, a red-legged partridge, a snipe or a woodcock on the table. It is never done any other way.



Most of the pheasants shot in this country are eaten in France, not thrown away as some people believe. I have only one question. Why would anyone eat chicken instead?

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