How to shop for, prepare, and cook game—including 70+ mouthwatering recipes
On visiting his local butcher, Norman Tebbit—food lover, family cook, onetime politician, and journalist—wondered why people would rather buy tasteless, rubbery chicken when they could eat good-quality game. In this exciting new cookbook, he showcases his favorite game recipes—including pheasant, partridge, duck, grouse, wood pigeon, woodcock, deer, rabbit, and many more.
Whether a relatively simple casserole or a more challenging creation, Tebbit’s more than seventy easy-to-follow recipes guarantee consistent results. And to help the reader along, he also includes instructions on preparation and equipment to use, as well as individual hints and tips on the various game included. Peppered with delightful anecdotes and lovely illustrations, this charming little cookbook is the ideal gift for anyone who loves good food, cares about where their food comes from, and is interested in tasty, wholesome game dishes.
“Norman Tebbit writing a cookbook? Yes, really, and it’s a good one, too.” —Daily Express
“An enjoyable and practical guide to dealing with game in the kitchen. Partridge, duck, venison, pheasant and grouse are all managed imaginatively, as are rabbit, hare, salmon and even pigeon. Recipes are detailed but practical.” —Daily Express
“Lord Tebbit has an engaging and straightforward style and his passion for game shines through.” —Daily Express