Wild and Game pâté
Today I’m introducing some delicious new pâté. I love pâté. It’s perfect as a starter as well as an anytime satisfying snack. And I’ve been tasting the new grouse and pheasant pâté by UK game specialist Wild and Game.
The tasty and exotic new game pates
They come in two flavours – Grouse, Brandy & Herb and Pheasant, Pistachio and Port. How exotic does that sound? They’re smooth, rich and satisfying spread on toast, crusty bread or crackers – or even on thick slices of cucumber if you’re wanting to go carb free.
With the addition of the pâté to their range, the company is keen to demonstrate the versatility and all-round appeal of game. Wild and Game co-founder Steven Frampton says: “Our mission is to make game popular on British dinner tables all year round. It’s low-fat and readily available, so it deserves to be used more widely. At Wild and Game we have a focus on traditional dishes that people already love, so pâté seemed a perfect addition to our range.”
Delicious spread on fresh, crusty bread
The Wild and Game range currently also includes sausage rolls, pasties, pies and sausages. Perfect fare for mellow autumn days.
Find out more at wildandgame.co.uk
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