The shooting ground has two towers. They are 40ft and 70ft high and are used to simulate driven partridge and tree top high pheasants.
Groups of shooters in the grouse butts are able see targets approaching from 100yd before passing high overhead at 70mph. This is a must before the grouse season!
Our flurries and simulated game shooting days are very popular, guaranteed to sharpen you up and to set your pulse racing.
GAME KEEPERS PIE
THERE IS OFTEN A SURPLUS OF SHOT GAME IN CERTAIN AREAS AT CERTAIN TIMES.
THE SUPPLY OF PHEASANTS, DUCK, PIGEON, RABBITS ETC OFTEN EXCEEDS THE DEMAND.
THIS RECIPE IS INTENDED FOR THOSE OF US WHO ARE LUCKY ENOUGH TO BE ABLE TO ACCESS THIS HARVEST.
PREP THE GAME – BIRDS CAN BE BREASTED AND LEGGED –
YOU DON’T NEED TO PLUCK !
COVER THE TRAY WITH FOIL AND COOK SLOWLY – KEEP MOIST.
WHEN COLD – REMOVE MEAT AND CUT INTO BITE SIZE CHUNKS
PREP SWEDE, CARROT, PARSNIP, BITE SIZE – COOK AND DRAIN.
FRY THE ONIONS.
MAKE MASHED POTATOES TO YOUR TASTE
USE STOCK FROM THE ABOVE INGREDIENTS TO MAKE GRAVY ( TIN O SOUP ? )
ASSEMBLE INGREDIENTS IN FREEZER/MICRO WAVE CONTAINERS
PLACE FRIED ONION IN BTM – MEAT OVER THIS – VEG ON TOP
GRAVY NEXT – ROLL OUT MASH POT AND USE THIS TO MAKE TOP
WE USUALLY PREP ABOUT 8 PHEASANTS WITH ABOUT 10lb MIXED VEG, 2lb ONION AND SAY 5lb POTATOES –
THIS WILL PROB FILL THREE 2.5 L CONTAINERS – FREEZE
EACH CONTAINER WILL SERVE AROUND 6