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Pork Gammon Joint
Best cooked in a slow cooker covered by water over night or slowly boiled on the hob for 1 hour per kilo and finished in the oven for 20 minutes.
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Mainly Sourced From Dorset Pigs, Beaminster, Dorset
Outdoor reared - Our outdoor reared breeding herd is a free range herd. The mothers live in grassey paddocks overlooking the sea, on the coast in Devon. They stay in small family groups grazing grass and rooting up the Devon red soil. Their offspring are born in large huts bedded deeply with straw. So the sows can use all their natural nesting instincts. They are then reared in their family groups until they are weaned from their mothers then they stay in larger groups of the same age pigs until they go inside for the last few weeeks. Our pigs are reared slowly and naturally to achieve the best possble flavour.
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Overall Rating (4 reviews)
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(Mrs Potter - CUMBERNAULD)
Oh wow! Boiled for 1hr per kilo followed by 45 mins in the oven with a honey glaze. The meat just fell apart. Lovely.
Reviewed on: Thursday 01 September 2011
(Mrs Burt - BOURNEMOUTH)
This joint melts in your mouth when you slow cook it for 8 hours with a cup full of water
Reviewed on: Friday 30 April 2010
(Mrs Woodgate - TADWORTH)
Gammon joint. Roasted for 1 1/2 hours Really tasty and tender. Good fine texture meat. Well done Farmers Choice and Plantation Pigs. Thankyou Virginia Woodgate
Reviewed on: Saturday 26 December 2009
(Mr Staniforth - LITTLEHAMPTON)
slow cook this item on gas mark 6 for 2 hours. tastes absolutely fantastic, real value for money.1000g will feed a family of 4, just.
Reviewed on: Sunday 20 September 2009
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