I’m all set for the coming festivities.
Living alone, and allegedly vulnerable,I’ll not be seeing many people during the holiday.
I bought a small free-range box for £36 from https://www.fieldandflower.co.uk/
My box contained:
|2x||Free-Range Chicken Breasts, Skinless|
|1x||Pack of Grass-Fed Beef Mince, Coarse Cut|
|5x||Premium Pork, Sage & Black Pepper Sausages|
|2x||Scottish Salmon Fillets|
|6x||Free-Range Back Bacon, Unsmoked Rashers|
|12x||Grass-Fed Beef Meatballs|
|4x||Free-Range Chicken Thighs, Boneless|
|1x||Pack of Free-Range Prime Pork Strips|
I calculate that these will add protein to about 15 meals for me, and that’s not bad value at about £2 a meal. Add to all this the produce from the allotment, and it’s looking good.
I started with the hake: two portions. one large, one small (that could cause problems). The fish was well packed – all the food is supplied fresh in a sealed box, lavishly enclosed in thick aluminium with bags of ice.
Cooked slowly in a pan with butter, and a touch of oil to prevent burning, it took no more than seven minutes to cook – start skin side down, until crisped and brown then flip over for the last minute or two.
Served with hispi cabbage (the pointed one) spinach and small potatoes (all cooked in the same steamer stack) the whole meal took moments to cook. Lovely.
Sebastian is the fishmonger who supplied this hake. Thank you.