Really? I don't think I've ever bought one TBH.
Most of the ones I get are either off a mate at work who uses ferrets or road kill.
Low and slow definitely.Low and slow in a stew or confit is the way to go.
Low and slow definitely.
Just add wine, water, shallots, potatoes (quartered), sage or thyme, olive oil and a lemon (halved).
Improved only by doing it in a wood-fired oven.
Serve with lots of sourdough bread made earlier in the same oven.
Back on Thread - I will give another nudge for the Hatherwood range of beers (Nos 1-5) all truly very good and for the ridiculous price of £1.09 per 500ml bottle.
Don't know how they do it.
Highly recommend you try one of each for a paltry £5.45
I say chap, that's dashing unsporting.........shooting your own rabbits. Isn't the fun in the hunt, what what!!!!
I do like a good quality pork pie that’s been in the oven and the jelly is melted, that served with chips is a very nice treat.Better off from a decent local butcher, nice, hot, fresh.
Just go round the back of M&S and have a rummage.If anyone has one of these near them they’re great.
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I got a full beef fillet from Waitrose for £20.
We used to eat quite a bit of pigeon too as quite a few local lads bred them for racing and culled them on a regular basis.Beef and pork was usual. Chicken not so often. Pheasants often as an uncle used to rear them for shooting. Rabbit now and then, occasionally pigeon.
I do like a good quality pork pie that’s been in the oven and the jelly is melted, that served with chips is a very nice treat.
Obviouslyone can not have this delicacy to often otherwise you would resemble michellin man but accompanied with HP sauce and some nice bread is definitely a winner.