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HOV stands for Haunch of Venison

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Also exhibiting at this year's fair are such prestigious galleries as the New York-based Marlborough Gallery, the London-based international Haunch of Venison and Austria's MaM -- Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art.
CALL in at The Haunch Of Venison, Salisbury, and you'll see the mummified hand of an 18th century card cheat.
25lbs) diced haunch of venison Two small onions sliced One bouquet garni made from bay leaf, thyme, juniper and black peppercorns Two cloves garlic sliced 500ml (19fl oz) good quality red wine One tablespoon flour One tablespoon tomato puree 500ml (19fl oz) good strength meat stock 12 roasted baby onions Four rashers rindless streaky bacon chopped and pan fried Two sweet potatoes peeled and cut into slices 30g (1oz) butter A little rapeseed oil Salt and pepper to taste A few chives finely chopped Method Mix together red wine, sliced onions and bouquet garni then add venison and marinate for 24 hours.
The pictures, taken by photographer Adrian Houston, can be seen from November 5 to 6 at the Amazing Partnership photography exhibition at the Haunch of Venison Art Gallery in Burlington Gardens, London.
uk Felicity's sexy secrets: Pages 32&33 CAPTION(S): EXPLORER 3 Sir Ranulph Fiennes' dogs BARK OF 3THE NET Gary Lineker and pet Amazing Partnership exhibition, sponsored by Specsavers, Haunch of Venison Art Gallery, Burlington Gardens, London A BRITT OF BREEDING J Britt Ekland with pooch Tequila STRICT 3OWNER Strictly's Felicity Kendal GREAT SHOT Z Football hero Roy Keane with Triggs and Ossie
AT a recent exhibition at the Haunch of Venison Gallery in London, works of art created by London schoolchildren were exhibited alongside some of the biggest names in British art.