Calf’s Liver Recipe

Calf’s liver is a true delicacy that is in danger of being well and truly forgotten.  It’s almost impossible to buy fresh calf’s liver in a supermarket, and I’ve no idea what happens to it all.  I presume that it is shipped to the continent where they still fully appreciate … Read More

Roast Beef & Yorkshire Pudding

We have a great offer available from the butchery this week – Ribs of Beef, grass fed, marbled and aged to your preference for only £14.99/kg.  If you haven’t had a decent family Sunday lunch in a while, then this is your chance. Roast beef demands a mighty Yorkshire Pudding … Read More

Ribs of Beef – Special Price This Week

The Rib of Beef – the finest English Sunday lunch should have rib of beef surrounded by crunchy roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding and buttered Purple Sprouting Broccoli.  There is truly no finer sight or taste – with the meat melt-in-the-mouth tender, oozing with flavour and with crackled fat, browned ribs … Read More

Life of Pie – Gavin’s Venison Pie

Gavin’s Blog: This week I am writing about venison. It is a pleasure to cook with wild meat especially when it is sourced on your doorstep. We are extremely fortunate to be able to source wild Fallow venison from Stansted and Uppark estates. Respecting the animal is very important to … Read More

British Rose Veal

British Rose Veal We are now stocking a regular supply of British Rose Veal.  There are a number of reasons for this: The first being that veal is a delicacy, hugely popular on the continent with specialities such as the Italian dishes Ossobuco (from Milan) or Saltimbocca (from Rome), or … Read More

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