We all love a Hoi Sin duck pancake...but how about trading up the hoi sin for some wild foraged damson sauce?
Sustainability is also served by reinventing dishes from leftovers, especially for families on a budget. Here's the first part of our simple guide to feeding a family of four with one chicken four times.
If you haven't tried goat then you're behind the curve as half the world eats it. It's delicious and they breed them in Dorset at the Dorset Meat Goat Company. And sod the rice, try Bulgar wheat cooked in stock...yum!
Just some of the best pies you'll ever eat. The meat is cooked in the beer long and slow so it's soft and tender but also infused with thick rich beery gravy. I mean...it's bloody gorgeous!
Wild Scoundrels is about bringing the fun back into food media, promoting local produce and wild game/foraged food, educating people about affordable healthy eating and encouraging people to eat tasty, locally produced seasonal food.
The Wild Scoundrels Podcast is now live, talking about wild food, foraging, delicious wild game, evil supermarkets and affordable seasonal treats, find us on all all major podcast directories including iTunes and Spotify.
If you're in the West Country and you're a food producer, restaurant, pub, shoot, cider house, brewery or anyone promoting and producing great local F&B then we'd love to come and talk to you.
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