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Cooking Tips

How to BBQ Chicken Drumsticks

Learning how to bbq chicken drumsticks will give you a headstart on the way to being a great bbq host. They are easy to burn so if you don’t know how to cook chicken drumsticks on the bbq, here is a butchers guide of handy tips to help you.

by Sam ago

Cooking Tips

How to cook and carve a rib of beef

Bone-in rib of beef is a rolls-royce cut, and the default choice for butchers and chefs when roasting a joint for a special occasion. Find out how to cook rib of beef with our butchers cooking guide.

by Sam ago

Recipes

Lamb chops with crushed new potatoes

There is something about eating lamb with your fingers that signals spring has sprung, and alfresco dining isn’t too far away. Roasted in the oven with some crushed new potatoes, flavoured with lemon and garlic, this is comfort food with Italian flair.

by Sam ago

Miscellany

What is Lambing Season

Lambing season is well under way in the UK for our livestock farmers here at Great British Meat Company, so we thought we’d speak to some about this magical time of year.

by Sam ago

Recipes

Chicken Thigh Balti Pie

Originating at Midlands football grounds in the late-1990s, the balti pie is now synonymous with British Football culture and has become an adopted classic. That said, most people’s experience of a balti pie is generally a shop bought variety, but that needed not be the case, as they’re much easier to make than you’d expect.

by Sam ago

Miscellany

Nice to Meat...Graham Johns (Head Chef, The Old Storehouse)

Graham Johns is head chef of The Old Storehouse at Amble in Northumberland. Fiercely passionate about developing young chefs, Graham is responsible for the career progression of a number of the North East’s most celebrated young cooking talents, and we’re delighted he took time to speak to us.

by Sam ago

Recipes

Turkey Breast Joint Cooking Guide

Turkey breast joints are easy to cook, and easy to carve, but as they are much smaller than a whole turkey, they cook in no time, so don’t make the mistake of overcooking, so this guide will help you along the way.

by Sam ago

Cooking Tips

Carving Meat Tips

Carving meat is a skill fewer of us are taking the time to learn, but it's not as hard as people think. This handy guide will give you some really easy hints and tips, so you can start to wow your guests.

by Sam ago

Miscellany

Don’t Go Bacon My Heart - Why Brexit could kill the Bacon Butty.

With public outcry still ringing about the new shape of Toblerone, we are issuing a warning cry to Britain about the humble bacon sarnie. While freshly cooked bacon nestled on a pillow of soft white bread, with a splash of sauce, is the simplest of British breakfasts, it could also about to get chopped and changed in this crazy post Brexit world we are living in.

by Sam ago

Miscellany

A Stress Free Christmas Guide

Here at Great British Meat we promise you a stress free Christmas solution, a way to make cooking the perfect, delicious, and show stopping Christmas dinner without all the fuss.

by Ricky ago

Cooking Tips

Planning for a turkeyless Christmas

Christmas doesn't mean that you have to have your yearly portion of Turkey. There are many alternatives that we enjoy at Great British Meat. Let's explore how we would have a turkey less Christmas.

by Ricky ago

Cooking Tips

The Secrets of Stewing Success

Slow cooking has made a resurgence over the past few years, and although it is really easy, you need to master the basics. Whether you use a slow cooker, one-pot pan or casserole here are some meaty tips to improve your slow-cooking.

by Sam ago

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