The Venison Bible

Nichola Fletcher

The perfect introduction to cooking venison from an acclaimed cookery writer whose MBE was awarded in 2014 for services to the venison industry. Features 40 easy-to-make recipes which showcase the enormous versatility of venison.
Date Published :
June 2015
Publisher :
Birlinn
Contributor(s) :
Bob Dewar
Illustration :
b/w line drawings throughout
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781780272825
Pages : 112
Dimensions : 6.1 X 4.35 inches
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$7.95

Overview
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Forty years of experience are condensed into this pocket-sized book. Nichola Fletcher offers tips on how to cook venison (grilling, roasting, barbecuing, braising, slow-cooking etc.) and also explains different kinds of venison (wild, farmed, red deer, roe deer). In addition to a host of inspiring recipes, covering both the much-loved traditional approach as well as some exciting contemporary dishes, she also includes recipes for sauces and useful ideas for vegetable accompaniments.

About The Author
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Nichola Fletcher has written a number of highly acclaimed cookery books, including Charlemagne's Tablecloth, Nichola Fletcher's Ultimate Venison Cookery, Caviar; A Global History and The Meat Cookbook. She and her husband started Britain's first deer farm in 1973, and Nichola has devoted her life since then to helping people to appreciate, understand and cook venison and other game meats. She was awarded the 1994 Scottish Food Achievement Award for her work for the Scottish venison industry.

Bob Dewar was born in Edinburgh and was first published nationally when he was sixteen. As well as books for Black and White, Birlinn and Oxford University Press, his work has appeared in The Scottish Field and Holyrood magazine and The Scotch Malt Whisky newsletter. He has had exhibitions in Edinburgh and Italy, and for fifteen years did political and social commentary for The Scotsman. He is married to novelist Isla Dewar and has a son, and a golden retriever.

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