Poacher’s Pie / Krypskyter Pai

A recipe from “Good Housekeeping – Cooker Book” published in 1976

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Grouse with Grandma’s Sauce / Ryper Med Mormors Saus

A traditional Norwegian game recipe from tine.no

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traditional badge2I know it’s not quite hunting season yet, at least not here in Norway, but I thought this might give the hunters an idea of how to prepare a good meal from the harvest when the season comes.

As traditional Christmas dinner, for a fall gathering with good friends, or maybe it’s the grouse hunter himself who hosts the party. Grouse tastes great for any occasion.

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Rype, latin name: Lagopus – Lagopus is a small genus of birds in the grouse subfamily, commonly known as ptarmigans. The genus contains three living species with numerous described subspecies, all living in tundra or cold upland areas. Wikipedia

Furmenty With Venison / Furmenty Med Hjortekjøtt

Recipes from late 14th – mid 15th century Britain found at Let Hem Boyle

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Since a lot of the ingredients in medieval recipes are unknown to most of us I’ve added a list of the most common ones with explanation and the closest modern equivalent for those of you who want to try out some of these recipes. Click the link above for the list – Ted

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