From venison and grouse to rabbit and pigeon — your guide to Ireland’s best game
Got questions on how to find, cook and serve game? Here are all the tips, tricks and information you’ll need
Ask a group of people to tell you what they know about game, and the chances are they’ll mention venison or pheasant, and not much else. But in Ireland we are blessed with an abundance of great game, including furred game like venison and rabbit, and feathered game, which usually refers to birds like pheasant, grouse, pigeon and more.
Game season really kicks off around August 12, which is when grouse hunting is...
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