(1) Slowly the gamy past of a girl from a Dutch village becomes clear, a past amid the Amsterdam docks, where Dutch Puritanism is overwhelmed by the very smells of the spices being unloaded from ships that have come from the Indies.(2) The fatty, gamy meat balances the sweetness of the sauce, and the entire dish is a guilty pleasure.(3) The venison fillets were properly gamy without being tough, and rolled on the outside with a tasteful dusting of black-trumpet mushrooms.(4) The first element we sampled was an incredibly tender lamb chop, cooked so that the very real, slightly gamy flavour of the meat came through.(5) The silk of the duck liver plays against the grainy elements of the fig, the fig brings out the fruitier qualities in the liver, the liver points to the gaminess of the fig, and you smear your torchon on your brioche toasts with oohs and ahs.(6) Free-range pork is gamey , sweet, tender with just a hint of kidney flavour.(7) They have set about giving pinotage from New Zealand a much-needed sense of class, and a thriving market in New York City, where drinkers love its elegant blend of visceral gaminess and graceful, satin fruit.(8) Woody spruce tips and sautÔö£┬«ed chanterelles neutralize the gaminess of a tender venison.(9) The ambiguous feminine pronoun is a routinely riddlic aspect of the Rune, gamily suggesting both Anne and some Dark Lady but syntactically clarified here as ├ö├ç├┐my saint├ö├ç├û.(10) I was relieved that they'd run out of the intriguing-sounding tenderloin of venison in a sauce of juniper berries, gin and cream, because gamey meat was too reminiscent of the animals circling the track below us.(11) The juices of the braised blade of beef were almost black with deepness and the meat was strong and gamey .(12) But we've found that if badger is really fresh and is soaked in milk then it's nowhere near as gamey and strong.(13) All this combines to produce a mutton with a unique flavour which is stronger and faintly gamey compared with lowland mutton.(14) Sardines, however, are glorious enough to imagine enjoying their marinated iridescence dockside with soffrito crudo, and neither rabbit ballotine nor game-bird terrine betray any gaminess .(15) The lightly gamey white meat gave way to deeper flavours when you chewed the bone, and the winter theme continued with a sprinkling of cabbage and the mushroomy pasta.(16) They knew, the cooks of those days, that venison was a rich and gamey meat which needed tempering.