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Always wanted to try eating grouse at home? Now you can, thanks to this grouse cooking kit

The British Game Alliance has partnered with London-based, Scottish restaurant and butcher Mac & Wild to create Grouse Cooking Kits, available to order from 12th August.

Grouse cooking kit

The finished result

You can enjoy eating home-cooked grouse this season- without any of the bother of preparing the bird – thanks to these newly launched Grouse Cooking Kits.

Each contains a brace of grouse and creates a traditional roast grouse dinner for two, served on toasted brioche loaf, dirty chicken jus, charred red pepper and spring onion. The kit includes a step-by-step recipe card so even apprehensive cooks will find it straightforward to recreate the dish, with all the ingredients needed contained in the box.  

Superb quality

The grouse is superb quality, sourced from British Game Alliance (BGA) registered processor Ardgay Game in Scotland. Customers can be confident that the meat has been sustainably harvested and produced to high environmental and welfare standards, thanks to the BGA stamp. 

Liam Stokes, BGA Chief Exec said, “This season will be about bringing restaurant quality game dishes into people’s homes. We hope people are able to get out and support their local restaurants, but if they can’t, or if they just fancy a night in, the BGA is working to make game more accessible to people cooking at home. We are delighted to have partnered with Ardgay Game and Mac and Wild to deliver grouse, that loftiest game bird, straight into kitchens across the country. We think Andy’s wonderful recipe will open people’s eyes to the possibilities of cooking this wonderful bird at home.” 

Buying the Grouse Cooking Kit

The Grouse Cooking Kit can be purchased here from the 12th August. The price of each kit is £39. Lovers of venison will also be pleased to see that there is a Venimoo burger kit too from Mac and Wild. 

Wild food

Andy Waugh, Co-Founder of Mac & Wild adds, “Grouse, when cooked well, is one of the most delicious meats around. It’s a truly wild bird, grown in nature by nature – what a glorious way to eat.”