Made in Islington: Cobble Lane Cured butchery is cut above
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Usually, cured meats such as ham, salami and bresoala are associated with our European counterparts.
But Cobble Lane Cured is one business which hopes to change that.
With a butchery based near Highbury and Islington station, the folks at Cobble Lane Cured combine British meats with European recipes to produce what they feel is the best quality charcuterie this side of the channel.
“Being where we are in Islington has really enabled us to do what we do, supplying to London restaurants, shops and selling at markets around town.” says co-founder Mat Atkinson.
“Our range of salamis and other charcuterie are not typical to Britain - we are inspired by European traditions but we use only British Free Range pork and beef.”
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To find out more about Cobble Lane Cured and its products, visit cobblelanecured.com
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