Game Butchery Class

Game Butchery Class

Monday 1st October, 7pm – 9.30pm

Game is wild, natural and free range with a distinctive flavour making it a great alternative to other meats.  It’s low in cholesterol and high in protein making it one of the healthiest meats available today.

Our Game Butchery class is perfect for all cooking abilities, for Beginners it will arm you with some essentials knife skills in your culinary skill set and for those of you with some butchery power up your sleeves already, our chefs will hone your skills and teach you new techniques & dishes to recreate time and again to impress your family and friends.

You’ll be making and taking home your butchered Game marinated meats to friends and family.

Come on your own, with a friend or group and let your taste buds be tickled!

During your Game Butchery session you’ll master:

Hare/Rabbit – Thai Satay Skewers

Partridge – Saltimbocca, breast with pesto and mozzarella wrapped in parma ham 

Pheasant – Marinade ready for the best Coq au Vin you’ll have ever cooked

Included in this session: 2.5-hour profession cookery tuition, ingredients – Game Meats yours to take home, protective apron teas and coffees and mineral water throughout the day. You are welcome to B.Y.O to this event.


  • £55.00 all inclusive for Brighton Cookery Club Members – join at the top of this page and pay via the Meetup Paypal link for discount
  • £60.00 all inclusive for non-members

Ways to pay:

Please let us know of any dietary requirements by emailing us at

Gift Vouchers Available in our Shop or Purchase this Class as a Gift by dropping us an email

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