A Pembrokeshire pub will be giving their customers the opportunity to try a taste of game this November.

The British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) has organised a game dinner at the Harbour Inn, Solva near Haverfordwest on 21 November as part of its Taste of Game Week which runs from 15-22 November. Details of where to buy and eat game in Wales are available through www.gameson.org.uk.

BASC country officer for Wales, Meurig Rees, said: “After last year’s successful taste game evening at the Harbour Inn, I am very pleased that they offered to do the same this year. We will be able to give the public another chance to come along and try game meat, a natural, nutritious, tasty and sustainable food source from the Welsh countryside.”

BASC has also produced a dozen new game recipes to mark National Taste of Game Week – for details of the recipes and accompanying images contact 01244 573031. The new recipes have been developed by TV chef Mike Robinson along with the director of his cooking school, Cat Sheppard.

For more information please contact the Meurig Rees on 01239 851631or visit www.gameson.org.uk. For images of game food please contact the BASC press office on 01244 573031.

Categories: BASC Wales

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