"One of the ultimate standoffs between man and beast... and a chance to eat some of the finest game in the world," that's how shouty chef Gordon Ramsay, one of the richest people in the world, describes hunting wild deer. For someone who has hunted wild boar in Alabama and puffin in Iceland, this certainly sounds like a more intense adventure even though it's not far from Ramsay's home turf.
Alan McCormick, an expert deer hunter, gives Ramsay a lesson in how to get a clean shot at a wild deer in the Norfolk woods, about two hours north of London. Apparently, the meat of wild deer is considered a "rare delicacy." After downing a deer, Ramsay demonstrates how to cook wild deer liver, which he says makes him feel "like he's Hannibal Lecter."