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Three-Bird Wellington by José Souto Image by Steve Lee
Eating game provides a sustainable and wild source of really good food for people to enjoy! People can be a little afraid of game, because they’re not sure how to get hold of, handle or cook it. Well, the Eat Game Awards are aiming to change all of that.

Voting in the Eat Game Awards runs from 18 November 2019 to 10 January 2020.  To vote for the nation’s favourite chef, restaurant, pub, farmer’s market or street food stall, game meat product, retailer (big or small), butcher and hero – all specialising in game – go to www.eatgameawards.co.uk/vote

Bang Bang Pheasant Salad by Rob Green
Bang Bang Pheasant Salad
Celebration Game Pork Pie by Rachel Green
Celebration Game Pork Pie
 Peking mallard breasts with hoi sin, spring onions & cucumber, Chinese pancakes by Rob Green
Peking Mallard Breasts with Hoi Sin, Spring Onions & Cucumber, Chinese pancakes
Mallard with Radicchio and Roasted Grapes by Rachel Green
Mallard with Radicchio and Roasted Grapes
Partridge leg dippers by José Souto Image by Steve Lee
Partridge Leg Dippers
Persian Venison Meatballs with Apricots, Saffron Yoghurt 
and Pomegranate by Rachel Green
Persian Venison Meatballs with Apricots, Saffron Yoghurt 
and Pomegranate
 Three-Bird Wellington by José Souto Image by Steve Lee
Three-Bird Wellington
 Spatchcock Pheasant with Chermoula by Rachel Green
Spatchcock Pheasant with Chermoula
 Smoked and slow-cooked pulled venison in sticky sauce by José Souto Image by Steve Lee
Smoked and Slow-Cooked Pulled Venison in Sticky Sauce
Simple Gourmet Game Sausage Rolls by Rob Green
Simple Gourmet Game Sausage Rolls

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