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Meat Me at Home

10 April, 2019


Meat Me at Home have been importing and distributing high-quality specialist meats for more than 20 years, and as a supplier to numerous Michelin-starred restaurants across the UK they’ve built up quite the reputation.


They also deliver the same products straight to your door, and while serving up a Michelin-starred meal is easier said than done, Meat Me at Home gives you the opportunity to purchase exceptional quality meats that are otherwise hard to get.


In fact, Meat Me at Home say their products are raised with such care and delivered to you so fresh that they are best served simply. You can get closer to that Michelin-starred meal than you’d think by simply slow roasting or pan frying, adding a little seasoning of your choice.


We have to reiterate that Meat Me at Home really is a meat lovers paradise. They have procured meats from all the best parts of the globe, you can pick up some delicious Wagyu cuts from Japan, beef from New Zealand and of course the UK, and much more.


For those looking for something different, or with an acquired taste, you might just find something on their Exotic Menu you’ve been looking for. Such as zebra pave steaks or crocodile fillets to mention just a couple of their products.


"If you care about meat, you’ll care about Meat Me at Home and join their growing fanbase of repeat customers.”



If we had to point you in the direction of a few of their signature products, we simply have to mention their Chilean Wagyu Fillets and Cuts. The texture of these cuts are unbelievably tender, and from the first mouthful, we guarantee you’ll be overwhelmed by a palate-coating rich, sensational flavour unmatched by anything you’ve tasted before.

We also recommend browsing their extensive collection of UK-reared grass-fed beef products. They have a wide range of cuts available, from bavettes, to ribeye’s, fillets, flanks, and more, the one consistent factor is the superb quality and taste.


The best part is that not only does grass-fed beef taste better, and by better, we mean a lot better, it’s also a much healthier option. Grass-fed beef is higher in key nutrients and omega-3 fatty acids and is much leaner. So, it’s a win-win from that perspective.


It’s not only the quality of their products that make Meat Me at Home stand apart from the competition, but it’s also their ethos and passion behind the service they offer.


Seeing them describe some of their products as having a "deeper, richer flavour,” and "more soul,” is simply mouth-watering copy that’s backed up when served up on a plate.


An absolute must try service. If you care about meat, you’ll care about Meat Me at Home and join their growing fanbase of repeat customers.

 
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