Skip to main content

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

February 15, 2014

Scott Martin, a member of the Wallun Lake Rod and Gun Club, holds up a 10 lb. lobster donated by Captains Catch Seafood of North Providence, one of two that will be raffled off during the dinner. (Photo by Ernest A. Brown)

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.

PAWTUCKET – The weekend news of Larry Lucchino stepping down as president and CEO of the...
It’s no secret that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is all about “protecting the shield.” With that...
FOSTER — The state's biggest accordion festival is also its most intimate and charming. Hosted every August for the...
WOONSOCKET — In early February 2003, Audrey Harris called her mother on the telephone to tell her she would be stopping...

 

Premium Drupal Themes by Adaptivethemes