There has been a great rise in the popularity of game meat over the past few years and for a good reason; Game meat has a high level of nutritious value and, due to their wild nature, this often means that the meat is of better quality, higher in protein and lower in fat. That’s not to mention that the meat can taste sensational when correctly prepared! For some, the thought of cooking game meat might seem a little scary, especially if you’re not sure where to start. Our beginner’s guide is here to help you to get to grips with the different types of meat, and to share a few of our favourite recipes too!
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The sloe season usually begins in October; however, in particularly wet weather, the berries can be ripe enough to harvest as early as September. This is excellent news for gin lovers, as you can get a head start on making your own sloe gin this season. If you’d like to have a shot at making this warming autumn beverage, our guide is sure to help you get the best from your sloes, from picking tips right up to flavouring your very own spirit!
Late summer and early autumn is the perfect time for blackberries, and you can find the fruit in abundance across the countryside. Our ultimate guide will give you tips on where to find them, recipe ideas and storing them to use at a later date. All you need to get started is a place to put the blackberries and country clothing for staying warm when out hunting for the fruit.