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arty farty food for people who have lots of money to burn...........the price for one lardy=da day walked up.......i could get 3 x150 bird days with dinner in norfolk fully driven 

 

if someone served me food up like that i would give it to the cooking fat

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On 26/11/2021 at 14:25, ditchman said:

arty farty food for people who have lots of money to burn...........the price for one lardy=da day walked up.......i could get 3 x150 bird days with dinner in norfolk fully driven 

 

if someone served me food up like that i would give it to the cooking fat

Food like that is okay ,  just as long as you get fifteen courses ,  and plenty of bread and butter to fill you up 😁.

Lins lad was a chef for years . He's cooked food everywhere from old peoples homes,   to very very swanky restaurants.  He reckons the highest quality food that he ever cooked ,  was during his time working at River cottage. 

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20 minutes ago, sandspider said:

I've now watched it to the end, and while the food may not be quite what I'd like, at least he's out in the countryside shooting it himself (or trying to!). I'll watch more at some point.

Ye there is a few episodes it covers rabbit shooting, fishing for mackeral, deer stalking & foraging for mushrooms. It might not be for everyone & the food is a bit lardy  dar & some heavy sponsor plugging but it's nice to see someone doing something similar to the first couple seasons of river cottage.

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