High Welfare Meat Deliveries from the Gourmet Meat Club
When it comes to areas where I like to save on my food (supermarket own brand tinned tomatoes, bags of onions) I shop around for the best deal, but there are certain things, like my meat where I always feel better when I know what I’m buying, and I’m therefore happier to spend a bit more to find the very best. When the Gourmet Meat Club contacted me a couple of months ago to try one of their meat delivery boxes, I jumped at the chance to try a convenient way to get great meat (good local butchers are thin on the ground in my bit of Kent). What I did not expect was to find them such good value for the quality of what you’re getting, too.
The concept is simple: choose either the £44.95 two person box of £64.95 four person box, and select what you’d like delivered (certain items are included in the price, and you can pay to add extra things in). This is what came in our two person box: 6 fat Toulouse Sausages, 400g beef mince, a 1.6kg (that’s large!) chicken, a pack of Monmouthshire Air-dried Spiced Beef, a pack of 6 rashers of middle bacon (that is basically back bacon attached to streaky bacon), two massive Tennessee Smoked Baby Back Ribs, and a big two person bucco.
Getting pretty used to the packing of things like this writing my recipe box review series, I can tell you your meat will come packaged very well. The cool packs are so well insulated they took forever to defrost, and all of my meat was absolutely cold delivery was also prompt with good communication.
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