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4 Herbs You Must Cook With This Autumn
Saturday, 30th of September 2017

If you want to give your favourite recipes a little taste of autumn, Kimbers' Farm Shop has put together a definitive list to spicing up any type of meat when the leaves start to fall.

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How To Grill Tender Chicken Every Time
Thursday, 31st of August 2017

During BBQ season, there's a frequently occurring problem that keeps coming up time and again - how do you stop chicken breasts from drying out on the grill? Although your favourite outdoor cooking staple gives chicken that juicy, smoky flavour that really

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5 BBQ Cooking Mistakes To Avoid
Wednesday, 28th of June 2017

Firing up the barbecue usually signals the start of summer, but if you want to avoid those dry, overdone chicken pieces or coal lighting disasters, take a look at our top 5 BBQ mistakes to avoid, so you can get the most out of your favourite gourmet cuts of

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Kimbers' Top 5 Picks For Father's Day
Friday, 26th of May 2017

Choosing the right gift for Father's Day isn't always easy, particularly when you're trying to look for something a little more memorable and different. Most dads love nothing more than some great quality cuts of meat to enjoy; so if you're looking to avoid

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Top 7 Lamb Recipes For Spring
Top 7 Lamb Recipes For Spring
Monday, 13th of March 2017

The days are getting longer and warmer which means that spring is finally upon us! So to honour the seasonal tradition, we are going to give you a rundown of some great spring lamb recipes with a Kimber's Farm twist! Lamb is a tender favourite among many of

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5 Essential Mutton Meal Ideas
5 Essential Mutton Meal Ideas
Thursday, 16th of February 2017

Mutton is a highly traditional cut of meat favoured for its strong flavour and texture. Derived from fully grown sheep, it’s often a source of pride for butchers to provide quality mutton - and Kimbers Farm Shop is no exception. If you were interested in

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