William Powell Country

Country Cooking & Recipes

  1. The Duchess of Devonshire’s
    Grouse with Rice & Horseradish Cream Sauce

    Article written by Game to Eat 13 August 2014

    The moors of Barden Fell and Bolton Abbey have long been a pleasure to visit, with beautifully managed moorland and Estate shops selling local produce. INGREDIENTS 3 young grouse 1 onion, 1 carrot, 1 stick of celery, 1 bay leaf Read the Rest…

  2. The Jugged Hare #greatgrouserace

    Article written by James Lyon Shaw 12 August 2014

    With The Glorious Twelfth finally here I cannot wait to get my first taste of the most delicate of game birds – Red Grouse. Notoriously difficult creatures Red Grouse, who will only eat particular types of heather, certainly make you Read the Rest…

  3. Pigeon Fajitas

    Article written by Game to Eat 30 July 2014

    Serves: 4 Preparation: 10 mins Cooking: 20 mins INGREDIENTS 8 Pigeon breasts 1 red and 1 green pepper 1 red onion 1 tspn paprika 1 tspn of cumin ½ lime (juice) Tortillas DESCRIPTION Cut the pigeon into thin strips and Read the Rest…

  4. Wood Pigeon Bubble and Squeak

    Article written by Game to Eat 01 May 2014

    Difficulty: Easy Serves: 4 Preparation: 5 mins Cooking: 30 mins INGREDIENTS: 4 Wood Pigeon Breasts 150g Mash 30g Sauteed Leeks 30g Sauteed Greens 20g Associated Cress METHOD: Season and sear the wood pigeon in a hot pan and set a Read the Rest…

  5. Its all in the Game

    Article written by SH Jones 06 March 2014

    Welcome to the first installment of a mini series of articles looking at different types of game and some wine pairings you may want to experiment with/already know about/ disregard completely and drink whatever takes your fancy – and there’s Read the Rest…

  6. Game for Game

    Article written by William Powell 06 February 2014

    Cookery School on Little Portland Street, founded by Rosalind Rathouse, is offering, for the first time, a game cookery class. One of the only cookery schools in London to offer game cookery, they will be teaching pupils how to get Read the Rest…

  7. A Perfect Partnership

    Article written by Emma 23 January 2014

    The coming together of local businesses Aga Adderbury and William Powell made perfect sense at their first ever Game Cookery demonstration. As one of the most trusted names in the Game Shooting and Fieldsports industry, with probably the largest range Read the Rest…

  8. Really Easy Blackberry Jam!

    Article written by Emma 03 October 2013

    Whilst you can, get out and pick some blackberries – they’re free and make a seriously tasty jam! Perfect for jam tarts or on your toast! Don’t worry about jam pans or jam/confectionery thermometers –  a large heavy based pan Read the Rest…

  9. Processing Venison at Home

    Article written by William Church 19 September 2013

    With a couple of big deer in the freezer, my thoughts have turned to what to do with the meat. So far we have really enjoyed roast loin, plenty of curry and casseroles, lasagne and chilli and so on. Our Read the Rest…

  10. Smoked Pigeon Salad

    Article written by William Church 18 July 2013

    Smoked pigeon breast is one of the best delicacies I can think of. They are a delicious summer staple in the Church household. Cut thin, smoked pigeon breast can be used in most recipes for sliced cured meats, and is Read the Rest…