1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. Six Burgers For Six Nations Rugby 2020

    Six Burgers For Six Nations Rugby 2020

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    Given that the dust seems to have barely settled from the Rugby World Cup in Japan last year - in which a certain team in white were cruelly robbed - the great thing about the Six Nations Championship, is that it always arrives just in time to save us from the doldrums of a pious January. If you are going...
  4. Richard H. Turner's Oxtail Stew (with a fiery kick)

    Richard H. Turner's Oxtail Stew (with a fiery kick)

    Recipes By Richard H Turner Recipes
    'An animal's extremities, such as tails or cheeks, are still relatively cheap and should not be thrown away. Another of those forgotten cuts, oxtail has its own unique flavour that reminds me of a childhood in my mother's kitchen. Yes, I know how that reads, but it does.' Wise words from Chef here - straight out of his book Prime ...
  5. Potted Ham Shanks

    Potted Ham Shanks

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    Here at Turner and George, we have always been fans of the well known phrase - 'Where's there is fat, there is flavour.' We have also come up with some phrases of our own, such as - 'We love fat, we love pork and we love toast (and butter).' And the following recipe really does tick all those boxes. Actually, it...
  6. Richard H. Turner's Pot Roast Pork with Fennel, Olives, Oranges & Oregano

    Richard H. Turner's Pot Roast Pork with Fennel, Olives, Oranges & Oregano

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    That's it. We're calling it. It is now truly time to start battering down the hatches, dust off the rain macs and wellies and switch over to a different style of cooking when it comes to meat. Now's the time to praise the braise but if you are still hankering after some summer flavours and vibes, this recipe by Richard...
  7. Richard H. Turner's Pork Rillettes

    Richard H. Turner's Pork Rillettes

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    If you have been to the shop lately,  you will have noticed that we are currently stocking a fine selection of wines from St John. Namely Picpoul, Rosé, Macon, Claret and Bien Autre. All fantastic drops and all expertly blended by Victoria Sharples, who is Head of Wine Operations at St John. To celebrate their arrival, we recently held a small wine...
  8. Thai style rump steak salad with peanut butter dressing by William Leigh

    Thai style rump steak salad with peanut butter dressing by William Leigh

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    Give us a R. Give us a U Give us a M Give us a P What have you got? *squints* It's rump steak of course and we've hit the ground running with a slightly cheerleader-esque start to this post because in our opinion, this traditional cut should be celebrated a bit more. Ask...
  9. Grilled Ox Heart with Pickled Walnuts

    Grilled Ox Heart with Pickled Walnuts

    Recipes By Richard H Turner Recipes
    A couple of weeks ago, we posted a picture of a pig's head on Instagram, as a statement to show our commitment to nose to tail eating. Out of respect for the animal and the environment, at T&G, we believe that nothing should go to waste. We've even got a recipe on this very blog, thanks to Andrew Clarke. The...
  10. Richard H. Turner's Carolina Cue or Pulled Pork Butt

    Richard H. Turner's Carolina Cue or Pulled Pork Butt

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    In the butcher's lexicon, there is - it has to be said - a whole host of slang, names and terminology that ordinarily would swoop over most of our heads. Largely because they make no sense. Cuts such as the popes-eye, coulotte and the London Broil often get whispered with quiet aplomb behind the counter. And a mention of...
  11. The Luther Vandross

    The Luther Vandross

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    On first glance, you have to admit, this does look like a damn good burger.  The patty itself is a White Label Burger, currently only available via our UK Ex-Dairy 'Taster' Box - made from a secret blend of aged cuts and sourced from happy, retired cows. There is a handsome amount of melted cheese, which could be that really naughty...
  12. UK Ex-Dairy Rib-Eye with Roasted Bone Marrow and Black Garlic Chimichurri by Bill Gardner

    UK Ex-Dairy Rib-Eye with Roasted Bone Marrow and Black Garlic Chimichurri by Bill Gardner

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    Picking a winning BBQ dish isn't easy. It really isn't. Not when faced with so many glorious incarnations of meat, that have been marinated and flavoured, and burnished with fire and smoke. We had over thirty entries for our Thuros competition. All bound together over various  T&G social media channels by the very imaginative hashtag: #TGBBQCOMP. And when I presented them...