March 1st, 2012

Best of British at Blackhouse

Featured Steak - Charolais

Best of British at Blackhouse

This month we’re serving up some of the finest beef cattle in the northern region of England, from a family who have been involved in British farming for over 80 years. The cattle are grazed on pastures surrounding their North Lakes farmstead and supported through the winter with a blend of home grown barley crops.

Distinctive for their muscled and almost pure white coat, these cows originate from Charolais, France. Charolais were the first Continental breed to be introduced to Britain and its all round breeding, and taste quality, revolutionised the British beef and dairy market. Beef buffs have always appreciated the exceptional steak this breed delivers – marbled but not fatty and extremely tender. Enough said, bon appétit! 

Available at all Blackhouse restaurants throughout March.

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