British Game Birds and Ostrich Meat

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Lots of different birds here, but not chicken! (With the exception of the Poussin of course!). Game birds offer a really healthy, organic option, and the darker, more gamey meat is full of flavour. Have you tried the biggest bird of all? Ostrich Fillet is a fantastic meat, and is low in both fat and cholesterol.

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  • Venison Haunch Roasting Joint Min. 500g

    This joint will serve two very comfortably. We've added this to the range due to popular demand. Learn More

  • Venison Boneless Loin Fillet Min. 500g

    A whole piece of tender, succulent venison loin fillet. Ideal for steaking at home, or cooking and serving whole. Learn More

  • Guinea Fowl (Oven Ready) Min. 1.1kg

    These are exceptional birds and guaranteed to be moist and tender. Originally a game bird, but now domesticated and available all year round, guinea fowl has a flavour somewhere between chicken and pheasant.A young bird has tasty flesh; older birds are good to casserole as this helps keep the flesh moist – try casseroling in red wine with chestnuts an a seasonal option. One bird will serve two people.Learn More

  • Goose Breast Fillet (Packed Singly) Min. 500g

    What a fabulous way to enjoy goose without having to buy the whole bird!  

    The skin covering keeps the lovely goose fat in place and you can score this and cook skin side down, which will produce some delicious fat for your roasties ... and, as it is high in mono-unsaturates it's healthy too! As we collect these through the year they are frozen down and will arrive with you frozen, either for transfer to the fridge to defrost or for your freezer drawer.

    Pan fry to start off with, skin side down, to produce some lovely Goose Fat for your roasties ... and finish slowly in the oven if you want it "fall apart tender".

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  • Game Roulade Min. 600g

    Our Game Roulade feeds 3 to 4 guests and is a perfect way to introduce game at the dinner table for the first time. We have layered pheasant and pigeon fillets with orange & thyme stuffing, rolled in locally smoked bacon. With no bones or waste, the roulade is great roasted in the oven and eaten either hot or cold. As a starter its hard to beat cold, finely sliced with some relish and garnish. The dark meat from the pigeon and the light meat from the pheasant make a lovely contrast on the plate. Carries cooking instructions with the packaging. Learn More

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