Monthly Archives: February 2014

Venison Carbonara

After reading an interesting post from The Shotgun Chef¬†about cooking carbonara with rabbit now that the game season is over I got to thinking about what I was going to do now my ready supply of wild meats has dried … Continue reading

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My very own highlands holiday!

Driving up the A9 last week was a very exciting affair! I’m familiar with the road and as we drove higher up I began to point out the estates and lodges that I’d cooked at, telling anecdotes about each one … Continue reading

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Roe deer Venison Bolognese

I love spaghetti bolognese. it doesn’t matter how many times we have it, I adore it. There’s a number of variations that I go for, depending on mood, whats in the cupboard, what herbs are currently growing and who my … Continue reading

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Slow-cooked Goose and Wild Duck Pie

As I mentioned in an earlier post there has been a rather large delivery of game to our little spot in the Galloway hills. I’ve frozen a few bits and bobs (a great deal of venison) and have set about … Continue reading

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Banana pancakes (easiest ever)!

I don’t know where this recipe comes from, a friend suggested it as something I could try out. So I did and it turned out superb! It’s very simple. You take: One banana Two eggs That’s its. You then blend … Continue reading

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The Last pheasants of the season! (and how they became pheasant curry)

My Finance went away to Norfolk to stay with some friends and shoot quantities of game. Although I do not enjoy having to chop my own wood for the fire, it’s very easy to forgive him when he comes back … Continue reading

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