I don’t know about your household but ours is quite often like Grand Central Station with all of us coming and going at different times. Most of the time it’s my hubby and I running the kids around for their various hobbies and activities, and as they have got older their social lives too.
I have always been an advocate of sitting down together as a family whenever we can for dinner, although sometimes it’s a struggle to co-ordinate especially with me working nights at the studio most of the time. So when we do get the opportunity (and it’s not a rushed jacket potato or beans-on-toast kind of affair) I really like to have something special, and this is when Green Seasons comes into its own.
We have always been meat eaters in our family but I really don’t have a lot of knowledge when it comes to cuts and joints of meat. That said, I do trust in Green Seasons and the quality of the meats they produce is exceptional. It truly is the ‘Best of British’. All the meat is handpicked and it tastes so different from meat you buy in the supermarket.
I cooked a rolled topside of beef last week from them and it was beautiful. My husband said it was the best beef he had ever tasted (not often he compliments my cooking) and he’s really fussy. He loves his meats, beef being his favourite.
I, much to everyone’s dismay, like my beef well done, and even so it was still succulent and flavoursome. I honestly urge you to try it, especially with some of the meat hampers QVC put together on the run up to Christmas.
In fact a little bird tells me there’s a Green Seasons TSV launching at midnight on Sunday night. I’d better make room in the freezer!