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Leg Roast leg of pork is one of Britain’s traditional dishes; ask us to score the skin so that there are ample supplies of crisp crackling. You can also purchase leg steaks from us, or use a leg of pork to make a great pot roast. If the leg is to be boiled, it must first be pickled or salted. The leg is occasionally boned and rolled.
Pork from the belly makes a delicious crispy roast or can be sliced for BBQ spare ribs. Spare ribs are one of the tenderest joints of pork. Leave on the bone if possible, but can be boned and rolled, braised or stewed. It can also be divided into rather awkward shaped cutlets.
Slices taken from the upper part of the hind leg are usually grilled or fried.
This is the same cut as the fillet of beef and sold separately.
An excellent joint for roasting, whether on the bone (which is better) or boned and rolled. You can also have chops from the loin, to grill.
We think the shoulder has by far the best flavour and is most suitable for slow roasting. Can also be boned, rolled or braised, and pickled or salted and boiled in the same way as a leg.
Very good when boned and stuffed and then roasted or braised.
One of the tenderest and most delicious joints of pork. Leave on the bone if possible, but it can be boned and rolled, braised or stewed. It can also be divided into rather awkward shaped cutlets.
Perfect for making Bath Chap, a traditional English dish.