The Quick and Easy

The Quick and Easy

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For couples, small families and those want a quick 30 minute dinner. Our Quick & Easy selection will showcase cuts of exceptionally tasty meat and poultry that don't take hours to cook.

This box will always have enough meat for a minimum of 12 meals and will come with innovative recipe ideas each time.

To give you an idea: your first order will contain: a pair of 6-7oz dry-aged rump steaks, lean diced chicken breast, stir-fry duck breast strips, a pair of pork spare rib shoulder steaks, 1lb of steak mince, 6 classic pork sausages and 1/2lb of dry-cured back bacon.

As ever, if there's anything you really don't like, don't worry. Leave a note in the 'additional comments' box as you check out and we'll make sure it's never part of your order.

All of our meat is cut fresh by our butchers and you can start your subscription as early as tomorrow if you order by 1.30pm. For your first delivery, simply select the day (Tuesday to Saturday) that suits you for a regular delivery and we will then deliver on that day at your chosen interval.

If you are out when your delivery arrives, our drivers will leave your order with your neighbours or in a safe place of your choosing. Please specify at the checkout.

All further questions are answered here.

Your Quick and Easy box may contain the following products with allergens:
Sausages : gluten, mustard, celery
Burgers : gluten, mustard, celery
Black pudding : gluten

Please contact us before proceeding with this subscription if you have any allergen requirements. You can send us an email at or alternatively give us a call on 0203 713 8413


Our subscriptions are super flexible, there is no minimum term, you can pause them and you can cancel at any time. And you can select the first delivery date as soon as tomorrow if you order by 1.30pm.

We'll take payment couple of days before your order is due to arrive. For answers to all your questions visit our FAQs.

Bone in or out?

It all comes down to priorities really. Speed vs. Taste. The bone slows down the cooking time but it gives a slightly richer flavour and time to get a crispy sear on the meat. If you're in a hurry though grab a pork loin steak and you'll be done in minutes

Rob first took the reins of his own butchers at the tender age of 22, and ever since has been focussed on sourcing locally from farmers who have a proper commitment to animal welfare.

There are even more tasty morsels here