Here at Lavinton Lamb we’re very excited to announce that our shoulder of Hebridean cross lamb has won a three-star Great Taste award, one of only 141 products to achieve this highest gastronomic honour.
This is the ultimate accolade in the UK’s most prestigious food awards, run by the Guild of Fine Foods, so it is an extremely big deal and we are thrilled that all our hard work using extensively farmed native breeds to produce the best tasting lamb has been recognised.
We are thrilled to announce that Lavinton Lamb won the Silver (Runner-Up) Award in the New Entrants Category at the British Farming Awards last week. Continue reading
Anchovies and lamb is a combination that works really well and has been used since Roman times. The saltiness of the anchovies cuts through the lamb’s richness and reveals new flavours in the meat.
Lavinton Lamb is a finalist in the British Farming Awards, in the category of New Entrants, for farmers who have been in the industry for no more than three years. The award looks for entrants who are “able to demonstrate resilience, tenacity, and determination” in their attempt to pursue their own farm business.
We are incredibly proud to announce that Lavinton Lamb is now served at one of the top restaurants in the UK: the three-Michelin-starred Waterside Inn in Bray, run by the highly-respected Alain Roux, son of Michel and nephew of Albert – the famous Roux brothers.
Here is a delicious Italian herby salt mix, to rub over lamb one hour before cooking.