As you may have seen its currently National Butchers’ Week 2020, a week-long celebration of local butchers up and down the country. To celebrate we want to encourage you to give something a little different a try, and to help we’ve put together a delicious recipe for each night of this year’s National Butchers week, matching with our ‘Cut of the Day’. You can download, save and print off these recipes to use time and time again, with our compliments.
Monday: Cumberland sausages with Parma ham mash
Our meaty Cumberlands are matched perfectly with the fluffy mash and strips of crispy Parma ham. This is a traditionally warming recipe with a slight twist, great all year round!
Tuesday: Slow cooked Beef topside
This beef topside recipe helps you to slow cook our British beef to perfection. Simply prep the meat and veg, then leave to cook while you get on with what needs to be done. Pop in some Yorkshire Puddings and crispy roast potatoes or creamy mash.
As the weather starts to improve and the sun begins to come out, maybe think about this summery BBQ recipe (You can cook in a griddle pan or oven too). The pork chops are from UK Red Tractor farms for extra reassurance that the meat will be delicious!
Versatile, simple to prep and cook, and of course, delicious. What more could you want for a mid-week meal for the whole family? The addition of our Spanish Chorizo bought direct from Spain (we’re one of the few places to have El Concez Chorizo in the UK) add a tasty twist.
Friday: Sirloin Steak with potato wedges
After a classy Friday night meal? This 28-day dry-aged Sirloin steak is restaurant quality, allowing you to treat you loved ones regularly without breaking the bank!
Saturday: Pot roast Pheasant
Pheasant is now out of season, but we wanted to include this recipe as we love it! We do still stock frozen pheasant, but be quick, we only have a limited amount out of season.
Sunday: Roasted leg of Lamb
There is nothing better than a Sunday roast, and as we enter Spring, nothing can challenge a roasted leg of Lamb. Our lamb is sourced from a local farm. I can almost taste the lamb, roast potatoes and mint sauce!
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