Thursday night in our house is the first night of the week where we are not running around picking up or taking to one club or the other. It’s a night I like to put my feet up and relax a little bit more than normal – so I was really pleased to see that the Hazeldine’s Original Butcher’s Wrap contained an almost ready made meal that would pack a punch, but give me a bit of an easier night at the same time!
It’s been AGES since we had a pork chop or loin of any sort…
The truth is that my hubby is a little bit picky – not only is pork not ‘his favourite’ meat, but he was also brought up having meat where all the fat was cut off for him, and it was always off the bone too…so it has made him a little bit fussy! I have tried in our years together to overcome this, but to no real avail!
I, on the other hand, love nothing more than a good chew on a bone, or the tasty, crispy fat that you can get on some meat (as long as there isn’t too much) and a pork loin steak just has that balance!
The Hazeldine’s Original Butcher’s Wrap for the week which we were sent contained four pork loin steaks (two in each wrap) and they looked just divine. They were a really good size and rippled with just the right amount of fat. They needed NO messing…
Our fourth meal from the Hazeldine’s Original Butcher’s Wrap was a British pub classic – Gammon Steak with chips, fried egg and beans!
Meal four – Gammon Steak
Tuesday is another night where we seem to be here, there and everywhere…so it’s good to have a ‘no frills’ simple tea and the gammon steaks from the Hazeldine’s Butcher’s Wrap just fit that bill!
Our third meal from the Hazeldine’s Original Butcher’s Wrap was on Monday night, and as it’s a swimming night, it needed to be something quick and easy…and tasty too!
Meal three – Mummy’s Meaty Pasta
I decided to use the four sausages, chicken breast and two rashers of bacon that I had left from our Sunday dinner to make a meaty pasta. Pasta is a great family meal for us – it’s quick to prepare, doesn’t leave much washing up…and means I can use up some odd bits too! It’s almost a ‘Ready, Steady, Cook!’ meal!
Since my original post about the FANTASTIC Hazeldine’s Original Butcher’s Wrap that we were sent as a challenge to feed the family, I have had GREAT fun in the kitchen.
Meal one – Sausage Sandwiches – Sunday lunch
The first meal was on Sunday lunchtime and it needed to be something quick, easy and tasty as we were in the middle of a big ‘tidy-up’ session! I decided to make sausage sandwiches…