Wednesday 29th August 7.00pm
WILD FOOD NIGHT
It’s two years since we have one of these and it’s back by popular demand…..and requests from those who missed the last one.
So what’s the go on the night for those who have not been to one before:
Members bring along a game meat/wild food dish that they either make at home or you are welcome to come up to the clubrooms and cook it there as well.
The various dishes are set out and with plenty of plates dotted around, everyone is welcome and encouraged to try the delights that are on offer.
DON’T have dinner before you come up to the club – that is the big mistake that many made last time!!!
Ideas – goat curry, wild pork roast, venison pie, smoked fish, salami, blackberry jam, plum sauce, meatballs or lasagne made from game meat, marinated mussels, homemade scroggin, jerky, duck casserole, Pete made a mean batch of his favourite Steep Hill hunting biscuits last time……and ideas are endless. Even if you just have a favourite food that you like to take away with you for a hunting weekend that is fine too as it may also help inspire others to try it for their trips.
If people are also keen to provide a recipe for their dish that they bring along that would be great but it’s certainly not a requirement.
This night is all about trying something new, enjoying good company and with the fire going and lovely food on offer with a beer or a wine maybe – the perfect way to spend a winter evening at the club.
Crockpots are a great option on the night but we also have the club’s bain maries that you are welcome to use for keeping food hot on the night.
If you do not have a dish to bring on the night, please do still come along, join in and enjoy trying the various options as that’s exactly what club nights are all about.
We have a property located at the end of Morrison Road on the outskirts of Paeroa. Our facilities include a modern clubrooms with kitchen and bar facilities, a running boar range for use with .22 calibre rifles, a 50 metre and 100 metre centerfire range, and traphouse with a DTL trap. The club also has a large number of traps that it uses for the many Sporting Shoots it hosts as well as for Corporate and Business House Shoots.
The Club runs a varied shoot calender throughout the year for rimfire, centrefire and shotguns, visitors and non members are most welcome.
For Club Members or those wanting to join Thames Valley Deerstalkers.
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HOW TO FIND US
Thames Valley Deerstalkers is located at the end of Morrison Road in Paeroa, Morrison Road is located approximately 1km on the right from the Paeroa boundary on the Paeroa Thames road.
New Zealand Bow Hunters
We have welcomed bow hunters from the greater region into our midst and they have set up their extensive range and club events on our property and are fully integrated into the “TVDA family” ..