Aldeburgh town has gone mutton mad!
Interesting mutton facts….
- The older and more exercised the muscle of a grazing animal, the more intense a flavour it has
- Mutton has been found to have 40% higher levels of Omege-3 fatty acids than lamb
- Of all the grazing animals, mutton has the richest source of Vitamins B6 and B12, thiamine and iron
And because this under-rated, healthy meat tastes so completely delicious, we’ve decided to give it its own festival…
14th – 21st February
at Salter&King, Aldeburgh, Suffolk
Launch day – Saturday 14th February, from 2pm
Come to the shop for:
~ A make-the-most-of-mutton Cooking Demo by Gerard King
~ An ‘Introduction to Carcass Cutting’ butchery demo
~ A mutton dish taste-off! The White Lion and Brudenell hotels slug it out for Best Mutton Dish – and you’ll be the judge.
~ Mutton recipes to take home with you.
~ Delicious Alde Valley mutton – grazed in the lush meadows of Great Glemham – available in the shop. Including new and innovative cuts to try, as well as recipe suggestions.
~ Farm Walk at White House Farm, Great Glemham. Enquire at the shop for timings.
~ Farm Supper at White House Farm on 19th February, cooked by local chef Peter Harrison. A must for mutton-lovers! Contact the shop for tickets
~ Special mutton dishes (made with our own Alde Valley mutton) on the menus at the White Lion and Brudenell hotels throughout the week.
For more information, contact Gerard King on firstname.lastname@example.org, or 01728 452758