1. Wood Roasted Beef Rump Cap by Martin Keane of Woodsmith

    Wood Roasted Beef Rump Cap by Martin Keane of Woodsmith

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    When it comes to grilling and cooking outside, it's fair to say that a lot of attention goes into the sourcing of meat and ingredients beforehand, and perhaps not so much on the fuel itself. Just by uttering that, no doubt many readers of this blog will be howling in discord but given that we import 90,000 tonnes of...
  2. Richard H. Turner's Maxwell Street Pork Chop Sandwiches

    Richard H. Turner's Maxwell Street Pork Chop Sandwiches

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    Right, this is a tried and tested one (well of course it would be) but for simplicity, flavour and bang for your buck, this recipe from Richard H. Turner's HOG is a stonker - for want of a better expression. Pork chop can sometimes be a nefarious cut to grill and err towards drying out if you take your...
  3. Bourbon-brined chicken thighs

    Bourbon-brined chicken thighs

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    Given that we are offering this suggestion up as a quick fire trick for guaranteed, succulent Herb Fed chicken thighs - as currently included in our T&G Camping Box - it is quite possible that this one will divide the room. Yes, it is super easy. Yes, this is something that you can knock up before putting the tents up...
  4. French trimmed rack of lamb with grilled courgettes, red salad onions, broad beans and goats cheese

    French trimmed rack of lamb with grilled courgettes, red salad onions, broad beans and goats cheese

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    Looking for a fast and furious approach to preparing a special plate of food that will a) be easy to assemble b) taste delicious and c) make you look like a pro in the kitchen? Well, as the saying goes, look no further. The central ingredient here is British lamb loin, cut, snipped and gleaned into an elegant looking...
  5. Pinchos morunos with Cabrito goat meat

    Pinchos morunos with Cabrito goat meat

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    There are several magic terms and phrases in the lexicon of portable meat-based dishes. But out of all of them, the word 'kebab' has to rank right up the top of the charts. Don't you think? By the way, without getting all anthropological on you, we are referring to the original kebabs or 'cubes of meat on a skewer...
  6. Get Down And Dirty For Fathers' Day - Marcus Bawdon

    Get Down And Dirty For Fathers' Day - Marcus Bawdon

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    In the next installment from our Devon-based BBQ supremo, Marcus Bawdon shows off his plans for this coming Fathers' Day. It doesn't involve gardening. OK, everyone knows that grilling burgers and sausages on the BBQ can be pretty boring, right? Haunted by sad offerings of cheap, nasty snags and fat-laden patties from yonder, no doubt many of you have...
  7. Richard H. Turner's Steak Salad

    Richard H. Turner's Steak Salad

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    Do not adjust your screens and if the title of this blog post has just caused you to choke on your afternoon lockdown preprandial - please accept our apologies in advance Yes, what follows is a recipe for salad but we did actually mention this one a couple of weeks back, when we were trumpeting the arrival of deckle online. Hell, there...
  8. Rib Fillet with Mushroom Gratin

    Rib Fillet with Mushroom Gratin

    Recipes
    Ordinarily, we don't mess around too much when it comes to cooking our steaks. A liberal amount of sea salt is normal procedure at the beginning. With perhaps a healthy knob of butter to finish towards the end. And maybe a few herbs and a couple of cloves of garlic in between. But in true essence, the steak should...
  9. Richard H. Turner's Grilled Cider-Brined Pork Chops with Mustard Sauce

    Richard H. Turner's Grilled Cider-Brined Pork Chops with Mustard Sauce

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    If you have recently purchased our new T&G Staples Box, when it arrives and once you've got over the initial delight of what is inside, it is quite possible that you will undergo some reflection, pause or consideration. Next, as you stare downwards, you will no doubt experience some sort of internal monologue, as a host of ideas begin to spring...
  10. Richard H. Turner's Pot Roast Lemon Chicken Macaronade

    Richard H. Turner's Pot Roast Lemon Chicken Macaronade

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    Looking for some inspiration for Mother's Day this forthcoming weekend? Then look no further. Because this delectable chicken recipe will really tick all the boxes for your Mum's special day - especially if you pair it up with a fine drop such as Picpoul from St John Wines! And if that opening gambit sounds like something you might hear...
  11. Chicken Thighs with Cider, Peas and Pancetta

    Chicken Thighs with Cider, Peas and Pancetta

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    The phrase 'Winner, winner, chicken dinner' is enough to make our lips curl around these parts. But it has to be said, at Turner & George, we don't really talk enough about the chicken we source and sell - and we should. Because the Ross chickens that we get in from Herb Fed are pretty damn special. Free-range and slow...
  12. Turner & George's Cut of the Month - Ox Cheek

    Turner & George's Cut of the Month - Ox Cheek

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    When it comes to questions of what to eat and seasonality around February, you will often find it accompanied with the phrase - 'Well, it's a funny time of year really.' Because it is. However, given recent events, news and changes to our constitution (and without getting overly political here), it does feel like this particular saying has gone...