Hey meat lover – here’s your need to know on nose to tail

“It always just seemed sort of common sense to me to use the whole beast. Once you’ve knocked it on the head it’s only common courtesy to eat it all.” So says ‘nose to tail’ pioneer Fergus Henderson. Henderson owns St John, the Michelin-starred London restaurant famous for showcasing offcuts. The restaurant prepares simple dishes… Continue Reading »

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