1. Old UK Cow Launches At T&G

    Old UK Cow Launches At T&G

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    For some time now, as many of you will be aware, we have been at the forefront of promoting and selling Spanish beef, both online and in the shop. This gloriously full-flavoured and densely marbled meat, sourced from the hills of Galicia and the cider lands of the Basque country, is rather special; for the simple reason that it comes...
  2. GOAT: COOKING AND EATING by James Whetlor - Exclusive recipe & competition

    GOAT: COOKING AND EATING by James Whetlor - Exclusive recipe & competition

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    You may well be familiar with James and Cabrito. He supplies us with kid goat meat after all. And we have featured him on the blog before, in an interview that only gives you a small taste of his passion and knowledge for this very special product. Well now James has just released a book called 'Goat: Cooking and Eating...
  3. How to bone out a leg of lamb (and stuff it)

    How to bone out a leg of lamb (and stuff it)

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    One of the dilemmas when cooking a beautiful joint like a leg of lamb, is whether to roast it with the bone intact. Or to remove the bone entirely and roll or butterfly. The former is a chef's preference because the bone helps to prevent the meat from drying out and adds an extra element of flavour. But unless you...
  4. The View From The Butcher's Block - Why You Should Use Your Local Butcher

    The View From The Butcher's Block - Why You Should Use Your Local Butcher

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    This week is National Butcher’s Week, so I wanted to outline some of the reasons why buying from your local butchers is always going to be best. Firstly, what is most apparent is the service. Yes, you can visit the butchery counter in a supermarket, but the experience will never be the same. Training as a butcher in a...
  5. 5 Tips for Surviving Veganuary

    5 Tips for Surviving Veganuary

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    In the immortal and slightly paraphrased words of John Lennon, another year is now over and a new one has just begun. Yes, January 2018 is here and as a result, a lot of you right now will be carrying out resolutions, making small lifestyle changes and heading into uncharted territories. Many of you may even be having a crack...
  6. A Taste of Christmas at Turner & George

    A Taste of Christmas at Turner & George

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    After the success of our wine and meat tasting session back in October, you'll be pleased to hear that Turner & George are running another collaboration in EC1, with our neighbours - Made In Little France. Given the time of year, the theme of course has to be Christmas and this time around, we are going to give the evening some...
  7. Turner & George Meat Boxes

    Turner & George Meat Boxes

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    The eagle-eyed among you will have spotted that Turner & George are now offering a range of meat boxes. 'Hurrah!' we hear you cheer. For not only have we taken some weight off your shoulders - deciding what to buy can be difficult sometimes - you can now go about your everyday business, safe in the knowledge that you have...
  8. Take it slow this Christmas: With a Herb Fed Turkey

    Take it slow this Christmas: With a Herb Fed Turkey

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    Christmas is just around the corner, folks. And of course, depending on your point of view, this sort of statement will either fill you with joy; or leave you grimacing at the screen. Because OK, there are still 48 days to go and perhaps for some people, it is still a little too early to start considering tinsel, mince pies and...
  9. Wine & Meat Tasting with Turner & George

    Wine & Meat Tasting with Turner & George

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    Next Thursday, on 12th October, Turner & George will be kicking off a brand-new collaboration at our butcher’s shop, with our next-door neighbours, Made In Little France; who are an independent outlet, specialising in importing fine wines from across the channel. Not forgetting to mention numerous varieties of Gallic beer, spirits and bottles of champagne. To signal the start of...
  10. Revealed: The Art Of Creating The Great British Sunday Roast

    Revealed: The Art Of Creating The Great British Sunday Roast

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    When it comes to the fine tradition that is the Great British Sunday Roast, everyone has their own idea of how things should be done. Their own sure-fire methods, best codes of practise and of course, their very own flights of fancy. Habits that may well have been passed down from generation to generation. The majority of us for instance...
  11. Goatober is Go: Interview with James Whetlor

    Goatober is Go: Interview with James Whetlor

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    In its second year, Goatober will be soon upon us, providing yet another perfect excuse for feasting throughout the cold month of October. Not that we ever need an excuse. For the uninitiated, Goatober is the UK’s month-long celebration of the dairy billy goat meat industry and was brought into life by none other than ethical meat champion, James...
  12. Meatopia Top Five

    Meatopia Top Five

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    Choosing a personal top five is fraught business at the best of times. Headache inducing in fact and whenever anyone asks me to fulfill that brief, it really can be quite agonising. Sometimes, the only route is to simply lock yourself into a room, pull the curtains shut and to get your head down; hoping to emerge with your marbles...