Best Butchers in London – Award Winners

Shane Holland Executive Chairman of Slow Food UK visited Morley Butchers in Crouch End to present the 2015 London Best Butchers award. The Slow Food London Awards are a real seal of approval because the entrants and the final winners are all selected by London food shoppers.

Now in their third year these awards were created by Slow Food London to support and highlight the growing number of quality food retailers and producers within London which are the polar opposite of supermarkets .

In their awards statement Slow Food London said “The London Best Butchers award to Morley Butchers recognises excellence in their butchery, time-honed skills, as well as their impressive range of game and quality meat.”

“We are so pleased to have won this award for the second year,running, particularly as it is based on votes from our customers. A huge thank you to them for their support and enthusiasm for our products and what we do in the shop.”

Andrew Beresford – Morley Butchers

Slow food Best Butcher Award



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Haggis

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A traditional haggis consists of lamb, beef, oatmeal, onions and special seasoning. Good to eat at any time but essential for a Burns Night supper on the 25th of January.

Haggis recipe

Haggis is the essential Burns Night dish. This haggis recipe uses the traditional "puddin" as a stuffing that is rolled inside a flattened a Chicken breast then wrapped in bacon - it's very delicious. About Robert Burns and Burns Night Burns night is the 25th of January every year and it celebrates the life of Robert Burns. [...]

By | 2016-10-18T10:03:49+00:00 January 15th, 2016|Categories: Bacon & Gammon, Chicken, Haggis, Recipes|Tags: , , |

Haggis, Neeps and Tatties

Its Burns night on the 25th of January. This recipe is for the classic and very traditional combination of Haggis, Neeps and Tatties. Our traditional Haggis is supplied by Macsween – a famous Scottish producer. A traditional haggis consists of lamb, beef, oatmeal, onions and special seasoning. (In case you don't speak Scottish Neeps are the [...]

By | 2016-10-18T10:03:59+00:00 January 20th, 2015|Categories: Beef, Haggis, Lamb, Recipes, Sausages|Tags: , , |

Chicken Balmoral – Haggis recipe

A great Burns Night dish. Chicken breast stuffed with Haggis and wrapped in bacon. The life of Robert Burns, Scotland's national poet, is celebrated every year on 25th January. Burns was a noted raconteur and wordsmith of the highest order. The first Burns Supper was organised by his friends after his death in 1796 and [...]

By | 2016-10-18T10:04:12+00:00 January 10th, 2014|Categories: Bacon & Gammon, Chicken, Haggis, Recipes|Tags: |