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Boot Inn Houghton, Head Chef Lee and Sou Chef Jamie

Head Chef Lee and Second Chef Jamie in The Boot Inn kitchen preparing Millden Grouse.

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Boot Inn Houghton Crispy Rabbit

The Boot Inn’s special starter of crispy fried Rabbit Goujons.

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Boot Inn Houghton Grouse

The Boot Inn’s famous Millden Grouse.

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Boot Inn Houghton Millden Grouse Liver Pâté

Try The Boot Inn’s delicious Millden Grouse Liver Pâté for starters!

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Boot Inn Houghton Puddings

The Boot Inn puddings… go on… you know you want to!

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Boot Inn Houghton Smoked Test Trout and Caper Salad

Try our home-grown Smoked Test Trout and Capers.

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The Boot Inn Houghton, Assistant Chefs Bogdan Toma and Tim Brown

Chef Lee’s assistants, Trainee Chef Bogdan and Sous Chef Tim… happy in the kitchen!

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Boot Inn Houghton Pan-Fried Duck Breast

The Boot Inn, Houghton – Pan-Fried Duck Breast

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The delicious Boot Inn’s Pan-Fried Duck Breast served with a potato rosti, mangetout and a black cherry jus.

The Boot Inn Houghton Hursley Hambledon Hunt

The Hursley Hambledon Hunt met at The Boot Inn

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Monday 11th February 2013, A wonderful morning – the hunters on horseback with their hounds met on a snowy morning in The Boot car park before they set off on a trail hunt around the local area – the bar was open earlier than usual at 10.30am, there were canapés, pork pies and Chef Lee’s homemade Beef Stock served to a packed bar and car park.

While the Hunting Act is in place, one of the several legal alternatives to provide activity for Hunts is trail hunting. This is for hounds to follow an artificial scent, which has been laid in such a way as to mimic a real fox hunt. It would ideally not be the flat out gallop typical of drag hunting, would take in different types of country and be a challenge for the hounds. It is one of the ways to keep the infrastructure of Hunts intact until such time as repeal of the Hunting Act can be achieved.