Ginger Pig Butchery Classes

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Veteran butchers Perry and Borut conduct pork classes, lamb classes, beef classes and sausage making classes at Ginger Pig's Marylebone premises. They usually talk you through Ginger Pig's animal raising practices, animal anatomy and tips for buying value for money meat, before getting you involved in some hands on action. The class ends with everyone sitting down for a feast and students taking home cuts they worked on in the class.


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Experiences

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The most interesting carcass to work on has to be the pig. It is certainly the most versatile of the three domesticated farm animals.

Borut and Perry will explain... Read more

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Lamb changes throughout the year, in fact it is probably our most seasonal meat, from the very delicate spring lamb which is ready at Easter through to the more... Read more

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The Sausage Making evening is probably the most hands on of our classes. The group will learn about the different ingredients that go into sausages and learn lots of... Read more

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The beef carcass is the largest the butcher deals with, as always Borut and Perry will briefly explain the different breeds of cattle we have at Grange Farm and then... Read more

Contact

Website: www.learnbutchery.co.uk

Email: butcheryclasses@thegingerpig.co.uk

Twitter: @gingerpigltd

Reviews

Sausage Factory

Rating: 9

Leah attended Sausage Making Class in July 2010, reviewed on 26 August 2011

Last summer four friends and I (including one good natured vegetarian) took the sausage making class at the Ginger Pig. We had an outrageously good time, making lewd jokes and getting our hands dirty making two types of sausage. The meal at the end of the evening was delicious, including the best bread pudding I've ever eaten. We also took home A LOT of sausage (See photo: http://bit.ly/ps5FGH). Good times, thoroughly recommend.