Philleigh Way COMPETITION!
Autumn is the perfect time to get your game on. Our pals at Philleigh Way have a fabby competition up their tweeds especially for the GCG readers!
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Game, Cookery Courses, Foodies
James & George, founders of the fantastic cookery school Philleigh Way are offering a lucky so-and-so the chance to win two places on their Game Cookery Course.
Philleigh Way breed, rear, shoot, stalk, cook and eat game in all its various guises – in fact they have been guzzling for as long as anyone cares to remember. With a commercial shoot run here at Court Farm that tradition is still very much alive. Aside from the commercially reared game such as pheasant and partridge our fields are teaming with an abundance of wild game including Fallow and Roe deer, rabbits, pigeon, woodcock and snipe. Philleigh Way truly is the perfect place to learn about game cookery first hand.
Due to the lean mean nature of game it can dry out with cooking and flavours are sometimes more challenging to the modern palate (we’ve all heard the phrase “It’s very gamey, son”. Top tutor, chef and farmer’s son George Pascoe grew up at Court Farm and will teach you all of the skills, tips and techniques necessary to avoid these pitfalls. Much of what you’ll learn was acquired by George over many years as a young lad hanging on to his granny’s apron strings.
This is a hands on course where you will be preparing, cooking, sampling and tasting a number of different types of game. You’ll also get a slap-up lunch and vino on the course – and the kitchen is to die for!
Read more about the GCG’s visit to Philleigh Way here.