Tags » Pheasant

Game Shooting at Ragley Hall, Warwickshire - Courtesy of Shooting Gazette

Game shooting at Ragley Hall, Warwickshire.

Ragley Hall has as its centerpiece a Palladian house designed by Robert Hooke in 1680.  Home to the Marquess and Marchioness of Hertford, the hall commands a magnificent view over parkland put together by Capability Brown and welcomes thousands of visitors each year.  1,071 more words

UK Country Pursuits

Game Terrine

This makes an impressive starter for a supper party, served with home-made quince jelly or spiced pears and a few elegantly-arranged salad leaves, but it’s equally good for lunch with hunks of country bread, cornichons and a big crunchy salad. 476 more words

Soups, Starters And Canapes

Chef Particulier Supper Club

It’s a cold Friday night in Stockwell and I am sitting in the basement flat of a gorgeous Georgian town house off the main road running through Stockwell. 669 more words


Oakworthy Shoot - Late Season Wing Shooting in North Devon - Courtesy of GunsOnPegs

Oakworthy Shoot is a long established Devon shoot providing fantastically high pheasant and partridge at an average ratio of 5:1. Birds shown off deep valleys and high banks, all for £30 per bird. 258 more words

UK Country Pursuits

Top 10 Pheasant Shooting Memories - Courtesy of Robin Scott and Shooting UK

Distilling five decades in the pheasant shooting field to 10 stand-out memories – including Warter Priory, Alnwick Castle and Duncombe Park.

Editing a shooting magazine has its perks. 2,510 more words

UK Country Pursuits

High Pheasant Shooting at Molland - Courtesy of Shooting Gazette

Molland is renowned as one of the premier high bird shoots in the UK. With a shot:kill ration of 6:1 (twice the UK average of 3:1) it is not for the novice or feint-hearted Gun. 834 more words

UK Country Pursuits

Fagiano al vino rosso

Pheasant…red wine….game set and match!

The Italians love game…especially the northern folk….I love game…and I’m northern….so it is not just for the posh folk! A lot of people shy away from cooking this wonderful bird..or partridge…or quail….they are so succulent and rich…and so good for your health! 332 more words