Tag Archives: Beef

12 reasons to visit your Butcher

Here are 12 reasons to visit your Butcher 1. Full Traceability – a good butcher will know where his meat comes from and have a relationship with the farmer who supplies it. 2. Something special – a butcher can offer … Continue reading

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Beef Rissoles with Creamed Horseradish

After a wonderful Family Sunday Lunch of Best Yorkshire Beef, Yorkshire Puddings, carrot & turnip, green beans, roast potatoes,  mash, lashings of gravy and my own creamed horseradish what to do with the leftover beef! I know, who has leftover beef! … Continue reading

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Beef Tea – great for cold & flu sufferers

I have not tried Hot Bovril or Beef Tea for 20 years but under the effects of a cold (Man Flu!) I tried a cup recently and although I could not taste or smell it, very good it was, I … Continue reading

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Belted Galloway Beefburger by Chef William

Eldest son William decided to make burgers tonight for tea and despite general family skepticism they turned out really rather well!  He even made a tomato & onion burger relish from scratch to serve with them! Will’s Beltie Burger Recipe:- … Continue reading

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Lunch at The Craven Arms, Giggleswick, Settle

The Craven Arms, Giggleswick (formerly The Old Station) on the outskirts of Settle opened just before Christmas and I would guess has been under a cover of snow ever since!  Adrian Proctor, local Organic farmer from nearby Rathmell has refurbished … Continue reading

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Limestone Country Beef – Malhamdale Belted Galloway

Limestone Country Beef is now available to buy online from Paganum, this beef is from fantastic slow grown Belted Galloway cattle that have been all grass fed around the stunning hills and fells of Malhamdale here in the Yorkshire Dales. … Continue reading

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Christmas Lunch – Turkey, Goose or Beef?

What do you eat for Christmas day lunch? Not everyone eats the traditional Christmas turkey on Xmas day, some prefer beef or a goose, what are your traditional family Christmas eating habits?   I read with interest a recent article … Continue reading

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Take 3 Chefs – Fillet of Beef & Wild Mushroom Hotpot

The first in a series of recipes from the recent Take 3 Chefs event held at The Victoria Hall, Settle. A great recipe from Richard Wright – Head Chef, The Craven Arms, Giggleswick (formerly The Old Station) which will be … Continue reading

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Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil & Beef Carpaccio

We have been trying a few different local rape seed oils and now have a favourite – Metcalfes Yorkshire Extra Virgin Coldpressed Rape Seed Oil from Stephen Metcalfe’s Farm near York, a beautiful rich yellow oil with a nutty, earthy … Continue reading

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Really Easy Beef Stroganoff

Had some thin sliced rump steak (minute steak) left over from yesterdays Cricket barbecue so decided to make a quick Stroganoff for tea. Beef Rump Minute steak or extra thin sliced rump is a fantastically versatile ingredient and if you … Continue reading

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