We love to see what delicious meals and recipes our customers have made with their fresh meat and produce ordered from our website. Here we're sharing some of our favourites, with some great recipes for you to try at home.
Limbers breakfast box
Delicious cooked breakfast using ingredients from the kimbers farm breakfast box .
Fathers Day breakfast
The quality and quantity of food we received was unbelievably good. Everything was succulent and delicious. We were delighted and extremely impressed.
Sausage, bacon, tomatoes, mushrooms, hash browns, black pudding, fresh bread, apple juice and coffee
Kamado joe chuck
Slow roast chuck on Kamado joe jnr,
Simple, a little olive oil, sea salt and ground lack pepper, slow roast at 120 degrees for around 6 hours
English breakfast with black pudding
Fry the black pudding, tomatoes and bread. Smash the avocado and place on top. Fry the mushrooms with butter and garlic.
Malaysian style noodle soup with chicken, prawns, enoki mushrooms and beansprouts
Indian mutton curry
Served with naan bread
Stirloin steak with butter and salad
Great taste and great value!
My first time cooking ribs, with homemade rub and bbq sauce, in the slow cooker for 6 hours. Yum!
Mutton Leg Steak and Red Pepper Kebab with Tomato & Parmesan Salad
Can be made with any meat, but Kimber's leg mutton is definitely the best
Cut the mutton into cubes and cut the red pepper into similar sized chunks.
Marinade in olive oil, crushed garlic, Thyme and black pepper for a few hours.
Meanwhile make the tomato salad, using large beef tomatoes. Skin and de-seed and then slice finely. Make a vinaigrette using garlic finely chopped and crushed with a knife with salt to make a mush. Mix this with a tsp of French mustard and salt and pepper. Add one part Cider Vinegar and 2 parts olive oil and mix thoroughly. Add finely chopped chives. Lay the tomatoes on a plate and pour over some of the vinaigrette. Shave Parmesan or Pecorino cheese and finally finish off with Greek Basil.
The kebab is best on a barbeque, but the image shown was popped under the grill for about 10 minutes. You can see from the second image that the meat is quite pink. Mutton give a rich, deep flavour.
Pigeon and Leaf Salad with Roasted Walnuts
Pigeon from Kimbers, salad leaves, carrots and mange tout and chives from my garden
2 Pigeon Breast
Dressing: Olive oil, Cider Vinegar, French Mustard, Chives, Seasoning & crushed garlic
Toss pigeon breasts in olive oil and cracked pepper and leave to one side.
Dry roast Walnuts (could use hazelnuts) until browned. Remove from pan and allow to cool. Mix dressing ingredients together and leave to one side.
Heat a dry pan til hot. Fry the pigeon breasts for 2-3 minutes on each side until nicely plumped up. Remove from the pan and allow to rest for 5 minutes.
Very finely slice the mangetout and carrots and add to the mixed leaves. I used Robertson lettuce, Mizuna, Mustard 'Green in the Snow' and Mustard 'Red Dragon' with a little bit of 'Wasabi' rocket. Slice the pigeon and toss into the leaves with the dressing and walnuts.
Gloucester old spot pork leg
Roast pork with crispy crackling - simple but Delicious.
Ultimate Dirty Burger
Handmade Beef Burger with cheese, topped with a slice of Gloucester old spot bacon, pickle and Burger sauce in a Brioche Bun
BBQ the burger, cook the bacon, toast the bun, assemble and enjoy.
Jamaican style curried goat.