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Question Pheasant eggs for dinner

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by tinmanofkent, Aug 15, 2014.

  1. tinmanofkent

    tinmanofkent Tiger King

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    View attachment 101558 View attachment 101557 Saw my mum yesterday, she had been to London and got me some pheasant eggs to eat from Fortnum and Mason.

    So I now feel rather high class but clueless.

    Does anybody have a recommendation for cooking and eating?

    James
     
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    essex sniper Banned BANNED

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    Never had pheasant eggs but let us no wat there like
     
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    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    First shoot your pheasant prepare into small chunks lightly fry in olive oil & butter then make an omelette lovely breakfast :D

    Atb
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    Donki Oaty Where's the time going?

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    They're OK but nowt special. I had loads from the pheasant pens before we started adding medication to the water I just did them like hens eggs boiled but not as long and also fried. I also hear they make very good custard!
     
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    get a fancy omelette on the go, but throw abit of exotic bacon in, you know the stuff, comes from denmark. none of that lower class english stuff:D
     
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    eaten 100s of them when i worked the woods tree felling in stafford, gamekeeper used to bring them for us, omlettes most mornings with beans on toast, nice eggs.
     
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    What were you medicating your layers with in the water?
    Cheers Andy
     
  9. tinmanofkent

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    Quick follow up: Fried up two pheasant eggs on the BBQ this morning with some bacon.

    The shells are thick and the bag containing the egg inside the shell is very tough and hard to open. The eggs are small (bottom right corner) they taste the same as hen eggs though.

    I will not be using pheasant eggs again unless I'm given them and even then the shells will still be a pain.
     
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    I love duck eggs. They even sell them in ASDA every now and again.
     
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    hello, i am sure many oldies:rolleyes: like me on the forum will tell you we cooked many a pheasant/duck/pigeon/ geese/ farm chicken/etc etc eggs on the camp fire as kids growing up in the countryside,
     
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    hello, a nice gift from your mum did she take the price tag off:D
     
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    that looks realy scrummy :up:
     
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    Quails eggs are a much more manageable size, and my Indian friend sources them 'cheap'. Ho ho
     

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