Homestead Beef

Brisket is a hidden gem. It is taken from the lower breast of the animal, and is large, flat cut of meat that is usually trimmed and rolled into a joint of beef.

Brisket is tough, so you have to cook it slowly for a long time. However, you can leave it cooking on a low heat all day, and you will be rewarded with soft, open-textured, full-bodied beef.

Not only that, it is just as good (some of us might say even better) cold and sliced for sandwiches.

If you would like the brisket left flat please let us know in comments.


Sold fresh and frozen.

Collections: The Beef

Type: Joints

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