Lord Tebbit: The Game Cook


Lord Tebbit suspects that he is probably the only Member of Parliament to have written a cookbook. Anne Dolamore of Grub Street talks to Lord Tebbit about how he came to write a book on game cookery. The grandson of a butcher, he was always interested in food, and enjoyed cooking with his wife. But it was a chance conversation in his favourite butcher's shop that led to his writing the cookbook, The Game Cook.

You can also listen to him reading extracts from the book.

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In A Taste of Normandy, Patrice Cauchard cooks Guinea Fowl Vallée d'Auge, a variant of Lord Tebbit's favourite pheasant dish.

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Anne Dolamore talks to Elizabeth Luard watch here

Extracts from Countryman's Cooking by W. M. W. Fowler read by Rupert Baker

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