Monday, 16 March 2015

New collaboration with Gourmet Goat and Slow Food

We are very excited to now be supplying the wonderful Gourmet Goat with our delicious kid meat!  Debbie took the first delivery of almost 50 kgs of meat to their stall at Borough Market in South London last Friday where it was very well received by an enthusiastic Nick, owner and founder of GG.

Barely had it been delivered than it was in the pot cooking and, later that afternoon, was being devoured by hungry market goers.  A text from Nick on Saturday afternoon confirmed that it had all gone!  He was so pleased with the quality and taste that he has ordered more for this week.

So, if you find yourself in Borough Market - pay them a visit for some delicious hot food.

 
And check out their website for fantastic recipes and the full story about Gourmet Goat  www.gourmetgoat.co.uk

One of the reasons that we think our meat is so delicious is that our boys are slow-grown.  We do not force huge amounts of concentrate feed into them to make them gain weight quickly, but they are allowed to mature slowly.  They are also thoroughly spoiled!  Happy animals mean tasty meat.  And our fantastic slaughterman and butcher at S W Doughty ensures that they are dealt with quickly and sympathetically when their time comes.  No slaughterhouse is pleasant but we are very fortunate to have such an excellent and caring team less than a mile from the farm.

And, whilst we are on the subject of slow-grown meat .. we are also proud to announce that we have been accepted as a supporter member of Slow Food UK.  Slow Food is a global, grassroots movement with thousands of members around the world that links the pleasure of food with a commitment to community and the environment.  Read all about them at www.slowfood.org.uk


And, of course, no blog entry at this time of year would be complete without a cute baby pic ..  Here's one of Connie's tiny men having a little 'mummy time'.




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