Although game is most closely associated with autumn and winter, this dish from William Drabble is best served in late August when the grouse is still young and tender and blackberries are just coming into season. The tangy fruit complements the rich meat wonderfully and this grouse recipe is a fine way to bid farewell to summer.
Sea bass with Jerusalem artichoke purée, roasted garlic and red wine
Pan-fried sea bass sits beautifully atop a mound of creamy beans in Mark Dodson's indulgent recipe. A rich Jerusalem artichoke purée and robust red wine jus are perfect accompaniments, while the suggested plating with deep-fried rocket and sun-dried tomatoes would take this dish to another level.