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.

Sold fresh and frozen.

Collections: The Beef

Type: Joints

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