Stewing steak is normally cut from the fore quarter, which is the front leg. This is great for casseroles as it has a slightly stronger flavour and is perfect for slow cooking. Will take longer to cook than braising steak.
All the beef is additive free and where possible it is of Sussex or Sussex cross and Aberdeen Angus cross. The Sussex bullock is well adapted to the Pevensey marshes and produces a lovely flavoured beef with a creamy fat. We hang our beef for a minimum of three weeks in the cold room before cutting it, four where possible. This helps the beef to mature and brings out the flavour as well as tenderising it, the flavour speaks for itself.
All cuts of beef are available and we also make a tasty beef and mustard sausage. Homemade beef burgers are also available; they contain 100% minced beef with onion and seasoning, no additives and no preservatives.