THE PERFECT STEAK
What makes the perfect steak? This is a frequently asked question and here are the facts.
Excellent Farming - Many of the farms we work with are or are working towards regenerative agriculture. This is an incredible step forward in the right direction in sustaining the countryside in the UK. The animals are reared on rich pastures and live a happy lifestyle. This is the first step in the process to achieving the best steak.
Master Butchery - Its no secret that the art of butchery takes years of training and even with the best animals so much can go wrong here. Breaking the animal down before storing it whole in the purpose built fridges to age in perfect conditions. Himalayan pink salt bricks are used within our dry ageing room to infuse a more intense flavour in the meat. This is not the only benefit. The salt bricks actually act as a natural anti-microbial because of their chemical components. This helps to kill bacteria in the dry ageing room meaning we can age our meat for longer. It will naturally tenderise the meat and draw the water content out to intensify the beef flavour.
Precision Cooking - Cooking the the perfect steak is the final piece to the puzzle. You can follow our how to videos to achieve the perfect results cooking to your liking. You will recieve a link to this when you order.
Dan Lorenson (Customer)
I was having a BBQ during lockdown and ordered the 1kg T-bone as the show piece. Hands down the best meat I have ever tasted. The peppercorn sauce is phenomenal.
Luke Selby (Roux Scholarship Winner)
I ordered during lockdown to do a video recipe. It arrived the next day in a chilled box. Great service! I have seen that they best chefs in the country are also ordering. Great to support the UK farmers.
Jack Wanless (Chef at Bone & Block)
I have been working for bone and block since day one. Its such a pleasure to work with such incredible UK produce everyday.