Hundreds of people got to enjoy their first ‘taste of game’ at special events held at Borough Market in London as part of National Taste of Game Week.

Top chefs Mark Gilchrist and Mike Robinson talked to visitors about how game makes its way from field to fork, how to prepare and cook game as well as giving them the opportunity to try a wide range of game including venison, pheasant, partridge and rabbit.

The tastings at Borough Market were held on 19-20 November during National Taste of Game Week which is organised by the British Association for Shooting and Conservation as part of their Game’s On campaign.

Game’s On spokesman, Simon Hamlyn, said: “This was a fantastic occasion and a great opportunity for shooting. The majority of the very large audience had never tasted game before so our chefs were able to influence a great many people about the fantastic benefits of game meat as a local and nutritious food source.”


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