Last Minute Gift Ideas For Men

Buying presents for the men can be notoriously tricky, but never fear … we have created his ultimate last minute Christmas wish list to help you out of a tight spot.   The ChillCore 3in1 A slick wine gadget that chills, serves and preserves! B#19.99 Cashmere Socks The King of Socks! Luxurious cashmere dress socks Continue Reading →

Christmas Gift Wrapping Guide

If youbre super organised and have already bought your Christmas presents, donbt leave them lying around in shopping bags b itbs all too easy to forget where youbve put them. Wrap up your gifts early this year and have them ready to pop under the tree. Follow our simple step-by-step guide on the best way Continue Reading →

Warming Sloe Gin

We’re feeling festive here today and with thoughts turning to Christmas we’ve got the perfect home-made country gift to give friends and family. It’s been a bumper year for sloes and now’s the time to get cracking and make your sloe gin. Get hunting the hedgerows for blackthorn and if you can pop the berries Continue Reading →

British Deer Society Urges Motorists To Be Vigilant This Autumn

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With night falling earlier, The British Deer Society is asking motorists to drive with extra care through areas where deer are known to roam b especially now the rut is underway. The highest risk of deer on the road is from sunset to midnight and shortly before and after sunrise, as they move down to Continue Reading →

Hare Raising Pumpkins, boom boom!

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Itbs that time of the year again. Halloween is upon us and you decide it will be great fun to carve a pumpkin, after all, how hard can it be? A few hours later you are covered in pumpkin juice, mess everywhere you have no idea what your pumpkin looks like and you wonder why Continue Reading →

Commonwealth Shooting Set to Go Off With a Bang!

Itbs great to see interest in shooting at a record high – tickets for the 2014 Commonwealth Games Shooting event are already oversubscribed! With over 2.3 million requests made for only one million tickets, the sport is one of the first to have its tickets snapped up. After the success of London 2012, shooting has Continue Reading →

Future Shooting Star?

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With the new shooting season in full swing, itbs great to see the next generation of guns out in the field. This week we were delighted to receive a pictureB of Luke – an aspiring hot shot decked out in our tweed gilet and cap, allB set for the first drive. Sent in by grandfather Continue Reading →

Recipe: Roast duck breast with butternut squash and leek

If you’ve been out shooting and bagged a duck recently, but aren’t quite sure what to do with it, then why not try out this recipe? The recipe calls for a delicious duck breast which is served with seasonal butternut squash and leek. While it uses classic ingredients the recipe is a modern take on Continue Reading →

Recipe: Chargrilled venison liver

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With the shooting season almost here the staff at estates up and down the UK will be preparing to host guests for long weekends of shooting. A large part of that preparation will be done in the kitchen, with catering staff designing menus for lavish shooting dinners. Here at Fur, Feather and Fin we love Continue Reading →

Fabulous Damson Gin Mini Fruit Crumbles

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With brimming hedgerows bulging with blackberries, and orchard branches laden with apples, nowbs the time to get picking and embrace the Autumn with some scrumptious cooking! Herebs a classic pudding combination with a twist b Apple and Blackberry Mini Crumbles. To serve 6 people. What youbll need: 750g bramley cooking apples The finely grated zest Continue Reading →