This is a stunning looking dish. Served with pretty purple carrots, a simple puree, and creamy Albert sauce, this lightly herby, pan-fried grouse looks like something straight from a restaurant kitchen.
Hello to Jamie. The newest member on the Morley team. Following Ian’s retirement there was a gap for a new recruit and he has taken up the striped apron and all the challenges of learning the butchery trade
Now the summer is over we can start to enjoy the 2020 game season. It is the best time of year for these wild meats and we have plenty of choice on our counter.
Out of all the types of feathered game Grouse is generally considered to be the best eating. The grouse season begins on the 12th of August and we now have it in the shop. Cooking Grouse is quite easy and we have some useful tips for you to follow.
Most, if not all of our customers will know Ian as he has been working continuously in this shop for 26 years! We are saying goodbye to Ian this week as he is retiring and hanging up his apron.
Grouse is is now in season we have young birds available now. This roast grouse recipe is a great way to cook it, quick and easy to prepare.
In the Great British Food Awards Morley Butchers has been chosen as one of the top five butcher shops in the UK. The voting is now on and we would love to get your help to be the winners in this category. Voting is open now.
This is a delicious recipe for tomatoes stuffed with duck confit is from our supplier and award winning producer Mr Duck.
Seasonal Spring Lamb is back in the shop. Sweet tender and very delicious, lamb in the summer months is a real treat.
We are providing these details as we want to keep our customers updated on how we are responding to the spread of corona virus and the latest Government advice