Recipe For Bacon Joints

Cooking Your Bacon Collar Joint This Christmas

All you need to know for cooking your Bacon Collar Joint this Christmas The bacon collar joint is a cured shoulder of pork that is cooked and served whole, rather than sliced. Best served hot, collar joints are beautifully marbled with fat so are full of flavour, which also makes them so easy to cook. We like to think that the way we look after our pigs, rearing them outdoors with plenty of fresh air, makes them taste even better supported [...]

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Slowly Cooked Bacon Fore End

I like this recipe, its a ‘no fuss, no faff can’t go wrong recipe doesn’t even need a set of scales and takes very little time to prepare. I have made this many times, never weighted the ingredients once and always turns out delicious. Fore end joint- it’s a fantastic bacon joint that is always underestimated-flavour second to none and if you buy from the Wiltshire Bacon Company our butchers have already deboned, trimmed and prepared it ready to go. So, [...]

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