Game Cooking Competition Launched For Under 21s
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A new cookery competition, launched by the British Game Alliance, opens for under 21s that will showcase great game recipes and some talented young chefs in the making
The British Game Alliance has announced an exciting new competition for under 21s that love cooking with game – or indeed those who wish to use lockdown to learn how to cook game. The Game Chef Hunt competition aims to showcase and celebrate great game recipes and the talent of young people. The competition will be open for entries from 6th January to 10th February.
Entries can be any game dish, fur or feather, that you love to cook and eat at home. If relevant (and with the shoot and head keeper’s permission), please let the BGA know the name of the shoot that you enjoy going to most, as a gun, beater, or picking-up with your dogs, along with the name of the shoot’s headkeeper (again, providing you obtain their permission), as they will win a prize alongside the winning entrant.
To enter, post a picture of your competition dish, outlining the key ingredients used on any the following platforms: Instagram, Facebook or Twitter, tagging @Britishgamealliance, @DylanPressendye and @RachelCarrieHunting. The closing date for entries is 10th February 2021. Alternatively, entries can be emailed directly to info@Britishgamealliance.co.uk
The Winning Dish:
The top three entries will be contacted for more details of the dish, including how it is prepared and presented. The winner will be chosen by the three judges: Liam Stokes CEO of the BGA; Michael Robinson, the renowned chef and owner of The Woodsman, The Elder and joint-owner of Michelin-starred Harwood Arms restaurants; Rachel Carrie, keen country sportswoman, author and passionate advocate of game. The winner will be announced jointly by the judges on social media on Saturday 13th February.
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The winner of the competition will win the following prizes:
- Their dish will be the featured recipe in an issue of Fieldsports Journal
- A 2-hour shooting lesson for two, courtesy of Dylan Williams at The Royal Berkshire Shooting School
- A cheque for £250, presented by Pressendye Limited
- A Schöffel Gilet
- A Game and Gatherings game cookbook, signed by the author, Rachel Carrie
- A copy of the leather-bound Fieldsports Compendium Vol 1
The two runners up will each receive a Schoffel Gilet and a year’s subscription to Fieldsports Journal. Finally, the gamekeeper and shoot associated with the winning entry will enjoy a year’s subscription to Fieldsports Journal.
Entries close February 10th, so game on and let the hunt commence! If you need to purchase game or find recipe inspiration, you can find a list of stockists and suppliers at www.eatwild.co.
The British Game Alliance have teamed up with Cook School to offer their customers a special Cook School @ Home night to celebrate all things game, but with a curry twist!
Hot & Sour Mallard Duck Salad with Toasted Peanuts & Crispy Shallots
Thai Red Pheasant Curry, Jasmine Rice and Coconut
Chilled Kaffir Lime Leaf Rice Pudding, Poached Pear and Cardamom (sent pre-prepared by the Chef)
Class makes 2 courses, dessert is sent pre-prepared ready to enjoy
Class is priced at £50 per box for 2 people on the same screen/in the same household and £25 per additional box for 2 on the same screen/in the same household
For separate screens/households, please purchase separately