The Eat Game Awards

The Eat Game Awards is an exciting initiative aimed at celebrating all that is best about wild British produce by recognising great culinary achievements and other contributions to the cooking and eating of game.

The public will nominate the people or businesses that they feel embody the criteria of each category.

Grouse a leekie broth

A delicious yet easy to cook recipe for grouse. You can’t go wrong with this one!

Partridge Dukkah

This easy and tasty partridge dish uses a North African spice and nut blend call Dukkah to compliment the partridge

Latest Recipes

Duck Breast, atomic red and glazed gizzards

Duck Breast, atomic red and glazed gizzards

Duck Breast, atomic red and glazed gizzards With Womersley Lime, Black Pepper & Lavender Vinegar Dressing https://www.womersleyfoods.com/lime-blackpepper-and-lavender-vinegar-2 By Ben Spalding of Roganic kindly donated by...

Latest News

Smoking barrels produce the latest Apley taste

Smoking barrels produce the latest Apley taste

The ultimate free-range food has just been developed on an estate near Bridgnorth, Shropshire. Lady Hamilton has just launched a fine food, a premium product - Apley’s own smoked pheasant in a very accessible, ready to eat form. Lord Hamilton inherited the 8000 acre...

Pheasant on the school menu is a ‘Game Changer’

Pheasant on the school menu is a ‘Game Changer’

Pheasant on the school menu is a ‘Game Changer’ A project to teach 60,000 students to cook game by 2020 has been inundated by requests for sessions with schools since its launch in the summer. Taste of Game and The Food Teachers Centre launched the “Game Changer”...

Great British Game Week returns for a fourth year

Great British Game Week returns for a fourth year

Great British Game Week returns for a fourth year ALL that is great about game meat will be celebrated across the UK when Great British Game Week returns for its fourth year next month. Taste of Game and Game to Eat, supported by the Moorland Association, will promote...

Taste of Game on twitter

Events

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Phil Vickery on Taste of game