1. Picanha Piri Piri and grilled veg by Genevieve Taylor from 'Seared: The Ultimate Guide to Barbecuing Meat'

    Picanha Piri Piri and grilled veg by Genevieve Taylor from 'Seared: The Ultimate Guide to Barbecuing Meat'

    Recipes
    If you are into your live fire cooking and would like to extend your repertoire, you would do very well to pick up the latest tome from BBQ expert Genevieve Taylor, called 'Seared: The Ultimate Guide to Barbecuing Meat'. Packed with recipes, guides and techniques, there is also a wealth of information and science in the book, that drills down into the...
  2. Roast Rolled Saddle of Easter Lamb with Wine, Peas and Shallots

    Roast Rolled Saddle of Easter Lamb with Wine, Peas and Shallots

    Recipes
    Rolled Saddle of lamb, peas, shallot, mint, and a good splash of wine. That is all you really need for this classic, easy-carving dish for Easter. Although we do recommend you apply a liberal amount of our 'On The Lamb' rub on your saddle, to help release the flavour and help develop that all-essential crust on the skin. You can also...
  3. Pork Blade with Cider, Fennel, Apple and Blackberries

    Pork Blade with Cider, Fennel, Apple and Blackberries

    Recipes
    Today marks the official start of Autumn, or so we are led to believe. It's all got something to do with the equinox, with day and night being equal to each other and some sort of transition that leads us from the light into darkness. Which in some respects, all sounds a bit scary and mournful - if you listen to those pesky druids that...
  4. 60 Garlic Clove Roast Chicken

    60 Garlic Clove Roast Chicken

    Recipes
    If you have no time for recipes that call for one or two cloves of garlic, then this is the dish for you. As per the description, you are going to need a lot. Roughly four or five bulbs to meet the magic target. Some of you may even be looking at this and thinking 'Why stop there? Why...
  5. A Terrine For All Seasons

    A Terrine For All Seasons

    Recipes By Richard H Turner Recipes
    The lashing wind and rain over the recent Bank Holiday took many by surprise but it was lovely to see evidence on social media of the great British public, stoically sitting in beer gardens across the land, with umbrellas aloft and not giving two figs about the weather pouring from above. Humbling even and to be frank, as I...
  6. Slow Roast Topside with Bone Marrow and Wild Garlic Butter

    Slow Roast Topside with Bone Marrow and Wild Garlic Butter

    Recipes
      Topside is very much your traditional roasting joint of beef but perhaps these days, it is seen as a slightly staid and generic centrepiece for Sunday afternoons. Especially if served up with a sprig of curly parsley on top. However, here at Turner & George, we believe that all cuts should be revered and respected in equal...
  7. Sugar Cured Ox Cheek Sandwich

    Sugar Cured Ox Cheek Sandwich

    Recipes By Richard H Turner Recipes
    OK, there's a couple of processes to go through with this one, and you'll need put aside some time too. But as they say, all good things come to those who wait and let's face it, there still isn't much going on right now. Apart from the Six Nations Rugby that is. And this suggestion was born out of conversation with...
  8. Braised Shin Of Beef

    Braised Shin Of Beef

    Recipes
    We have approached this particular cut before and if you look back in the annals of time, this recipe that pairs up beef shin with macaroni is still a blinder. However, approaches towards beef shin do have a tendency to hide or tuck it away. Quite often it is diced up for stews or pies and left unrecognisable, all flaked up...
  9. Serve up a Bacon Bomb this Christmas!

    Serve up a Bacon Bomb this Christmas!

    Recipes
    The combination of bacon and sausage meat never strays far at Christmas but if you fancy serving up something a bit more formidable at the table, may we suggest you give a bacon bomb a whirl this year? Simple to assemble and easy to cook, just think of it as the Daddy of all Pigs in Blankets. You just need...
  10. Dumplings: A Brief History

    Dumplings: A Brief History

    General Recipes
    On this blog, it is very rare that we'll let anything else other than meat be presented as the main star on the plate. We are butchers after all, are we not? But there are some exceptions and sometimes, just sometimes, we will push forward and elevate a delectable morsel that is not animal in origin. In this case...
  11. Curried Short Ribs

    Curried Short Ribs

    Recipes
    Believe it or not, the initial flash of inspiration for this recipe was born out of looking to use up some leftover wine. Yes, sacrilege we know. But it had gone beyond the pale, turned a touch sharp and despite best efforts, it just wasn't quite right to drink. However, when it comes to prepping slow cuts - such as...
  12. 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...