Farm-raised game is becoming more readily available, and this cookbook shows how to make the most of it. There are good explanations, with recipes, of relevant cooking techniques, and separate chapters on various types of farm-raised game, each featuring one classic preparation and a number of more contemporary dishes, including many recipes from chefs around the country. Game and wine have a natural affinity, and the authors--both are food authorities, associated in different capacities with Fetzer Vineyards--also include (generic) wine suggestions for each dish. More practical than A.J. McClane's A Taste of the Wild ( LJ 8/91), this is recommended for most collections.