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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

Miscellany

Nice to Meat...Gareth Rodgers

Long term GBMC customer Gareth Rodgers is a 35 year old Information Manager from Newcastle upon Tyne. He recently used our lean meats to fuel a body transformation programme, so we caught up with him to find out what his road to success was...

by Sam ago

Cooking Tips

Top tips for frying meat

One of the most popular ways to cook meat is by frying. Mostly because it’s quick, easy to do and if you’re not the greatest of cooks its a skill that’s moderately quick to learn

by Ricky ago

Recipes

Flat Iron steak tacos

A simple tasty recipe idea for Flat Iron Steaks, is Soft Beef Tacos with Charred Chilli Salsa and Maple Corn (which sounds more complicated than it is)

by Sam ago

Miscellany

Boston Butt - best cut for pulled pork

Until recently a Boston Butt was not something many people had heard of. That's changed, with Boston Butt more widely available, but it's still not very common so we wanted to tell you all about what is widely recognised as the best cut for pulled pork - the Boston Butt.

by Sam ago

Miscellany

Where is Boswell Farm? (second left past the moon)

Love it or loathe it, supermarket value meat serves a purpose. Recently however the marketing powers that be decided that value meat needed a makeover and to replicate the success of the discount retailers they brought some farm sounding names on board, that don’t actually mean a thing!

by Sam ago

Cooking Tips

Using Bacon in Cooking for Flavour

Always savoury, yet deliciously sweet, sometimes smoky, and with just the right amount of salty edge, bacon has a depth of flavour quite unlike any other food, and is a great way of adding flavour to a dish. Check out our guide to adding some lovely bacon flavour to your cooking.

by Sam ago

Miscellany

How to spot a good butcher online from a fake one

Buying meat online, like much online shopping can be a faceless experience. It is easy for companies to use clever marketing techniques, and give the appearance of a butchers, but the experience can be somewhat misguided. So find out how can you recognise a good online butchers

by Sam ago

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