Hereford Beef - cattle reared locally, traditionally grass-fed in a stress-free environment
Finest Local British Beef - Rump Steak
Rump steak is located in the hindquarters of the cow, which is known as the rump or round. This area is the leanest area of a cow, and the meat derived from this section has less fat and marbling associated with it. Rump steaks, also referred to as round steaks, are found in the upper portion of the hindquarters
The Hereford is one of the oldest British native breeds of cattle, producing the highest quality, grass-fed beef. Hereford Beef is renowned for its succulence and tenderness, thanks especially to a grass-based diet, which contributes significantly to the meat’s sensational flavour.
Find nutrition information below, and here's a fabulous video recipe:
Pan-fried rump steak with Chef Peter Gorton
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