This pan fried rib eye steak recipe has a fruity, rhubarb and onion chutney that is very easy to prepare. This recipe will also work just as well with a sirloin or rump steak.
This haggis pie recipe topped with "tatties" and "neeps" will be delicious any time in the colder months but is just right for Burns Night on the 25th of January.
This aromatic lamb or mutton stew is a really warming recipe with spices that will be tasting particularly good on a cold day.
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A Christmas roast duck is a very satisfying alternative to turkey and works very well for a smaller festive gathering. Roasted duck, has a rich and distinctive gamey flavour and a very crispy skin.
How about a Free Range Christmas Cockerel for your festive feast? It makes a great alternative to Turkey. We have good cooking tips too.
If you are coming to the shop please check the Christmas opening times for specific days below. We will be closing earlier than usual and at different times. If you have specific requirements for your Christmas menu we suggest that you order early to avoid being disappointed.
Christmas roast pork will work well as the main meal on Christmas day or Boxing Day. It will be delicious cold the day after. Free range Blythburgh pork will make it really tasty.
Christmas roast Beef is a superb large centrepiece for Christmas Day. Try a 28 day aged rib of Scotch Beef. Handy cooking tips here for a great result.
A tasty Gammon for Christmas is a very flexible menu choice. It makes a great centrepiece for any festive feast. Delicious served hot or cold.