The breed is renowned for its high-quality meat, which is unrivalled in tenderness and flavour. To make sure our customers get the very best produce, Neil carefully inspects each lamb to be sure of the quality. After processing, each lamb is then inspected again by Neil before it arrives at the store.


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When cooking your lamb, you can tell how well it is cooked by its texture. When it is rare, the meat will be soft to the touch. When it becomes firmer but springy, it is medium. Once the lamb is firm to the touch, it is well done.

If you are cooking a lamb roast, ensure that you leave it to rest for 10–15 minutes before carving. Once you are ready to carve, only cut off what you need. If you leave leftover meat on the bone, it will stay firm and moist for eating later.

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