UK Game Fair snares culinary stars Rayeesa Asghar-Sandy and José Suoto

12 April 2016 by
UK Game Fair snares culinary stars Rayeesa Asghar-Sandy and José Suoto

Game Fair organisers are confident they have snared some of biggest names in game cookery for this summer's event at Stoneleigh.

Tim Maddams, best known for his work at River Cottage, will be joined in the Artisan Food Area by Rayeesa Asghar-Sandy (pictured), ex-Met police officer and founder of Herefordshire's first Indian cookery school. José Suoto, senior lecturer at London's Westminster Kingsway College, is also on the roster.

More big names will be announced ahead of the July event, say organisers.

Asghar-Sandy said: "There's no point in having a freezer full [of game] if you don't know how to cook it. You want to be able to use what you've got."

Maddams said his priority was "to engage with an audience about wild and self-harvested food. If we can change just one person's mind about something then that would be my job done."

Places remain for exhibitors at the event. See the website for details.

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