Game cookery can be much easier than you think! All you need is a few simple skills and techniques and a little hands on experience. This class will encourage you to cook game more often and give you the confidence to do so.
We won’t be boning out or trussing small birds, skinning rabbits or butchering venison. We’ll leave that to the skilled butchers and get on with some easy and delicious recipes to enjoy for a hearty lunch with paired wines.
Pheasant rillettes with pickled quince
Confit rabbit, green bean and olive salad with tarragon mayonnaise
Hot-smoked pigeon, persimmon and radicchio salad
Wild mallard with quatre épices and port sauce
Istrian venison and wild boar stew with sage and juniper
This class is offered in association with Hubbub, who deliver fine foods from independent shops across London to your door. I have been using them since they started up several years ago and always been very impressed with their service.
Anyone attending this class will get a whopping 50% off their first order from Hubbub (for an order of up to £200, with no expiry date)!
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Autumn game cookery
Lmoon attended in November 2016,
reviewed on 12 November 2016
Another excellent course by Anna. She always provides a warm and welcoming environment and plenty of inspiration for the home cook. On the day, It was impossible to choose a favourite game dish as they all tasted delicious, especially when enjoyed with the accompanying selection of wines. Techniques such as smoking and confit cooking were made easy by Anna's clear direction and the hands on approach. The biggest challenge was being patient whilst the tempting smells filled the kitchen.
lorely burkill attended in November 2016,
reviewed on 10 November 2016
I have attended many cooking demos and events and I can honestly say that the classes Anna run are the best. You really learn techniques, usually five, at each session. Always run in a welcoming friendly atmosphere you leave having gained confidence to cook the dishes at home. I have attended all her preserving classes and jam making now seems so easy.