What made this happen? In short, the invention of refrigeration on boats meant we could ship over cheaper lamb from New Zealand and Australia, pricing out the higher welfare and more flavoursome mutton. Then during the War, tales of awfully cooked mutton began to surface, creating the myth of it being tough as old boots.
Slowly since then, we have seen less and less of it sold and eaten. If you entered a supermarket you would probably only find haggis containing traces of mutton available.
However, Cull Yow has many benefits that we feel make it an incredible option as part of a balanced diet. Below are just a few of the reasons why you can enjoy this product.
This is a sausage that doesn’t conform to the January rules of saying ‘No’ to all things enjoyable and delicious.
It is instead very much a sausage that says all things Yes!
Yes, to Salt Aged Cull Yow! Yes, to Salt Aged Yorkshire’s Finest Beef! Yes, to Pork Lardo! Yes to 4 hours of hot smoking by The Holy Smokery! Yes, to being Sustainable, and most importantly Yes to being delicious!