Recipes
Wild Game

Wild game is the earliest form of human food. People started hunting to get skins to make clothing and then tasted the meat of animals they had killed. They liked it and soon abandoned a strictly vegetarian diet.

There are two main categories: fowl and animals with fur.
The first group includes all edible, non-domestic birds such as pheasant, quail or woodcock. The second group comprises hare, wild rabbit and larger-sized animals such as wild boar, roe deer and fallow deer.

Game must be aged for a period of time to become more tender and aromatic. The taste also becomes stronger due to the action of microorganisms normally present in the intestine.
Marinating, mainly used for feathered game, helps herb and spice aromas penetrate into the meat, to make it slightly tougher meat more tender, and to keep the meat for a few days, and lastly, as a base for cooking.

Wild game is the earliest form of human food. People started hunting to get skins to make clothing and then tasted the meat of animals they had killed. They liked it and soon abandoned a strictly vegetarian diet.

There are two main categories: fowl and animals with fur.
The first group includes all edible, non-domestic birds such as pheasant, quail or woodcock. The second group comprises hare, wild rabbit and larger-sized animals such as wild boar, roe deer and fallow deer.

Game must be aged for a period of time to become more tender and aromatic. The taste also becomes stronger due to the action of microorganisms normally present in the intestine.
Marinating, mainly used for feathered game, helps herb and spice aromas penetrate into the meat, to make it slightly tougher meat more tender, and to keep the meat for a few days, and lastly, as a base for cooking.