Mother's Day this Sunday

A heads up to all you Husbands, Boyfriends, Daughters, Fathers, Sons, Sisters and everyone else I've overlooked... DO NOT forget Mother's day this Sunday!

Spoil your Mum this weekend and show your true appreciation by cooking her a beautiful Sunday roast. We have the very best Lamb and Kid Goat roasting joints to feed the family. Cuts of Pork,Beef​ and Mutton are also available if they are more to your taste.

Easter is coming soon!

Be prepared for Easter Sunday this year, pre-order your special Easter week meats now and save yourself the worry - we can deliver it to your door fresh and ready to cook.

Our Half Lamb boxes are incredible value and perfect for the Easter period, order them soon to guarantee availability. Don't forget YOU get to choose the exact cuts you want from our local grass fed lambs:

Leg - Whole or Half

Shoulder - Whole or Half

Loin - Chops or Rack

Breast - Boned&Rolled or Mince

 

Recipe Suggestion:

Roast Leg of Lamb with basil & mint pesto

by James Martin

Prep: 15 mins
Cook: 1 hr, 45 mins
Serves: 6

Method

1. First, make the pesto. Put all the ingredients (except the olive oil and lemon juice) and a pinch of salt into the small bowl of a food processor. Pulse until very finely chopped. While the processor is on, drizzle the olive oil in to make a paste. Tip the pesto into a small bowl and stir in the lemon juice.

2. Heat oven to 200C/180C fan/gas 6. Put the scored lamb leg in a large roasting tin and use half the pesto to generously coat the skin and flesh, pressing it between all the cracks for extra juiciness. Put the rest of the pesto in the fridge, covered with cling film, and remove just before serving.


3. Roast the lamb for 1 hr 45 mins. Check during cooking that it’s not drying out – if the base of the roasting tin starts to look dry, spread a little more pesto over the top of the lamb.


4. Remove the lamb from the tin, cover with foil and leave to rest for 30-40 mins before serving on lemon slices and fresh garden herbs, if you like. Carve at the table and serve with the remaining pesto to drizzle over.

Chestnut Meats on TV (again)

Last Thursday Tim starred, albeit briefly, on Channel 4 news! Tim and Marnie have previously featured on various TV shows talking about Chestnut Meats and Goats, this time Tim was asked to give his opinions on how our very limited broadband speeds affect Chestnut Meats as a business. Although the appearance was brief, it was still quite exciting and good to help raise awareness of the ignorance of BT's fibre rollout plans. Also featuring Chestnut Meats Chickens and Kid Goats!

Check it out on Channel 4 Catch up.

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