Ultimate Venison Cookery

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Nichola Fletcher

286 pages

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With illustrations & helpful diagrams on the various cuts of meat and even how to hand-link your own sausages by Nichola herself, this cookery book is packed full of recipes that will tantalise your taste buds ranging from heart-warming comfort food to some more experimental flavour combinations (especially within the dessert section), such as:

• Hot and spicy venison chorizo
• Raspberry tea smoked venison
• Venison curry
• Raised venison pie
• Venison meatballs with paprika and sour cream
• Venison stew
and even Scotch whisky venison sausages.

Winner of "Best Single Subject Book in the World" at the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards on publication.

Reviews

'Very much more than just a recipe book, it is a really good read, crammed with ideas and information and beautifully designed. The author and publisher have produced a classic' BASC Shooting & Conservation

'A useful addition to any kitchen with an imagination' Shooting Gazette

'The title really means what it says this is the ultimate venison book. The drawings by the author, are charming' Country Life

'Everything you'll ever need to know can be found in award-winning writer and cook Nichola Fletcher's latest book, Ultimate Venison Cookery' The Scots Magazine

'The "Ultimate" in the book's title isn't a misnomer;this book contains everything the deer enthusiast will need, from sourcing a deer to serving it up... a rare gem of a cookbook that bridges the divide between aesthetics and practicality: its recipes are truly gourmet, but its helpful considerate approach ensures it isn't a book that will eternally sit on the shelf." Sporting Rifle

'Award winning food writer Nichola Fletcher has produced a new venison cookery book that promised to become an instant classic' The Scottish Field

'Ms Fletcher's new book includes dozens of excellent recipes as well as masses of useful information on the different species of deer, cutting and preparing venison.' CLA Countryside Magazine