Certain members of our team don’t like to use the ‘C’ word until the 20th of December. But we’re not all so Scrooge like and, in fact, recognise that one of the best ways to ensure Christmas runs smoothly is to start that online shopping right now.
With that in mind, we wanted to highlight some of the gift options that we have lined up for you – they’ll keep your friends, loved ones, colleagues and maybe even yourself well fed with brilliant, quality, British cured meat.
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We’ve teamed up with our friends at Ross & Ross foods to put together a brilliant home curing kit – which includes everything needed for three separate curing sessions. Just add pork.
Our wonderful Christmas British Cured meat hamper is back. This classic wicker gift basket contains five incredible British salamis (including the famous ‘Boozy Bunny’ and a new brandy and nutmeg infused ‘Snap Dragon’), incredible sliced meats and duck rillettes. Just 200 available. Delivery nationwide 17/18 Dec.
We run tasting evenings and hands-on courses at our Meat School in the heart of Borough Market. These include beer and meat pairing evenings, wine matching, and half day classes butchery and curing classes. Details and dates are at www.MeatSchool.co.uk. Buy a voucher for someone else and and we’ll send you a physical voucher to give as a gift for them to redeem.
How about a cured meat rescue package? 3 bundles delivered to your friend’s, family’s, or own door in January, February and March. Banish the New Year blues.
Our normal selection of Great British Cured Meat is also available online throughout the period. Perfect for presents, but also for your own entertaining or snacking desires.
ALL THESE PRODUCTS ARE AVAILABLE AT WWW.CANNONANDCANNON.COM/SHOP
Hampers and Vouchers are also available to purchase on all our market stalls, and the curing kits at Kings Cross, Primrose Hill and Herne Hill markets.