Celebrations, Accreditations and the Launch of Two New Flavours for The Potted Game Company this Summer

 

This summer the talented chefs at The Potted Game Company, Jemima Palmer-Tomkinson and Rory Baxter have been hard at work in their Gloucestershire kitchens creating two new flavours:

  • Potted Quail with Somerset cider brandy
  • Potted Wild Boar with smoked ham hock and sherry

 

These new flavours are on sale at London’s iconic Borough Market and on the Potted Game Company website alongside their other coveted flavours, Potted Pheasant, Wood Pigeon, Trout, Partridge and Rabbit. The Potted Game Company has also been awarded 3 stars, the greatest accolade in the food world, at the Great Taste Awards 2012, organised by the Guild of Fine Foods, for three of their flavours – the Wild Boar with Smoked Ham Hock and Sherry, the Trout with Lemon and Spices and the Grouse with Truffles. As well as the newest flavour, Wild Boar, being named one of the Great Taste Top 50 Foods in Britain. There are only 120 three star awards given out nationwide each year and this year the potted game company has managed to secure three of them.

Commenting on their award, Rory says “We are delighted with this award, Great Taste recognizes the passion and dedication that Jemima and I have . They are helping us put The Potted Game Company on the culinary map and placing this age old tradition of preserving foods firmly in the 21st century.”

Each 65g serving comes in its individual pot, and has a long shelf life of 10 – 14 days in the fridge and up to 6 months in the freezer.

 The Potted Game Company has a regular stall at the world famous Borough Market in London every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

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