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From field to table

“If you don’t want to eat what you shoot, shoot clays”

Dad, who never shot a pheasant in his life, would religiously intone: “A game bird should be hung for at least two weeks before eating”. Not sharing his penchant for putrid meat, I pluck and prepare my gamebirds and pigeons within a day of

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