I hope everyone is going to be eating Scottish Venison on Sunday 4th September to celebrate ‘Eat Scottish Venison Day’ or as I mistakenly called it ‘East Scottish Venison Day’ which might have upset the folk in the west.
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This is me interviewed by Anna Hill on the subject of why Scotland needs more deer farms – and no, it wasn’t done live at 5.45am. Thank you for asking.
Last Wednesday, lunch at Chef Tom Kitchin’s The Kitchin on Commercial Quay, Leith. Three course venison lunch to push Scottish Venison Day and spread the word.