A Pleasant Pheasant

This evening P treated me to a  meal in town. A 6 minute walk to a local restaurant which does not have an alcohol licence so we were able to Bring Our Own.  

We shared a bottle of Sainsbury's bubbles and I am now feeling a little squiffy. 

A brisk walk  home along a very windy prom and I am ready for an early night.

The pheasant was absolutely delicious by the way




23 comments:

  1. Never tasted pheasant but it sure looks tasty!

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  2. Were you wearing a frock as you stumbled home along the windy prom? ...I am thinking about Marilyn Monroe in "The Seven Year Itch".

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    1. Unfortunately I look nothing like the gorgeous Marilyn, but I did stumble a little on the way home.

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  3. No wild Pheasants here, so we never see them on the menus. Instead we have Quale or Guinea Fowl; hardly the same thing.

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    1. You get a decent amount of flesh on a pheasant.

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  4. Where's the bottle of HP sauce?😊

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    1. Oh yes... and how about a nice bottle of the brown to go with that, sir?

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  5. How odd to be eating pheasant in June. The pheasant shooting season ended on Feb 1st. I also love pheasant and eat them throughout the season, but never in Summer.

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    1. I can only assume that these had been frozen. Still tasted very good though.

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    2. Still very odd. Nobody around these parts where we shoot them would eat pheasant or any other game out of season, frozen or otherwise.

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    3. That's interesting. Is that down to custom or are there nutritional/food safety or other reasons for that Rachel?

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  6. Did you have to post a photo of the meal/ I am sitting here drooling now

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    1. Sorry Weaver. I shall choose something less appealing next time.

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  7. I last has pheasant on my honeymoon so far as I can recall. Did you know that the pheasant plucker rhyme was first published in 1899?

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    1. The old ones are still around then, Graham.

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  8. The good life ! 6 minutes to pheasant and bubbly. You made a good move

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    1. It may not be perfect but it's not bad 😉

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