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The annual game dinner at Wallum Lake Rod & Gun Club is a feast fit for a king

February 15, 2014

BURRILLVILLE -- The thought of a bunch of bearded, camouflaged sportsmen running around a noisy kitchen cooking up slabs of venison and wild boar might not be everyone’s idea of a fine dining experience.

But the guys at Wallum Lake Rod & Gun Club who cook for the club’s annual February game dinners run a tight kitchen, producing a range of wild game delicacies from tender wild boar with peas in a tomato base to savory pheasant game soup with Orzo pasta.

It’s a menu celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck would be proud of.

For full story and more photos, see Sunday's print edition of The Call.

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