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Game Cooking

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“Lilli Gore’s book describes how to cook wild animals, birds and fish, commonly hunted for sport as well as food. The recipes are collected from all parts of Europe and the United States and range from peasant dishes which are cheap and straightforward to prepare, to virtuoso dishes like quail with truffles, quenelles of pike and saddle of hare with ches
Paperback, First Penguin edition, 184 pages
Published 1976 by Penguin Books (first published 1974)
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Aug 09, 2015 Tim rated it it was amazing
It's seems strange that now that it is theoretically possible to obtain game even if only via the Internet, so few cookery books seem to be written.
This book, and others in my collection, were written in the '70's which I remember. What I don't remember is lots of shops selling game even though I lived a mile or so from pheasant shoots, and wild rabbits and deer roaming the woodlands. We had two proper butchers even though it was little more than a village, neither of which sold game.
So for whom
Aug 22, 2015 ^ rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Practical cooks
Any book whose Introduction commences, “This is a book about real food, not plastic food” gets my vote, even if living in Britain I’m unlikely to ever need three ways of cooking bear (if you do, then this would be a useful book to keep on your shelf). Although a surprising number of South African meats are imported, the zoos here haven’t yet caught on to selling-off surplus progeny!

This is one of those cookbooks whose recipe directions are every bit as good to read as to ‘eat’. The final chapter
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