Andrew Sharp has been involved in farming and the meat trade most of his life. He is an alleged world renowned expert in agriculture farming and food. Andrew is Passionate about food and farming, food security, food miles and carbon foot print (however ewe calculate that) amongst many other things.
Linked with his considerable experience of being a world renowned master butcher and food campaigner, Andrew has for several years been an advisor to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales on his much vaunted Mutton Renaissance Campaign. An endorsement of Andrew’s expertise in Mutton!
These are just the kind of issues that occupy the mind of Andrew Sharp. He would jokingly say that the issues are all that occupy his mind, as it is a small mind. But I am not sure about that, as these are massive, complex issues.
Andrew Sharp, fronts a co-operative of 27 farmers from the Lake District who breed Herdwick Sheep and Galloway Cattle. These old breeds thrive on the Cumbrian Fells, giving lamb, mutton, beef and pink veal of unmatched rich flavour and dense texture. Mutton has enjoyed something of a renaissance recently with a campaign initiated by HRH The Prince of Wales and proudly promoted by Farmer Sharp, who travels from the Lake District to attend London’s Borough Market each week
For chefs of all abilities, a course to understand from the agricultural inputs to maturing.
What makes good meat fantastic meat, and most importantly what makes crap.
Body balance, increased margins using secondary cuts.
“MEAT IS NOT MEAT IS NOT MEAT”
Breeds, feeds, welfare, husbandry, inputs, slaughter and maturation.
Your place or ours! Andrew’s Mastering Meat Course is a must. Nobody is better placed to answer your meat related questions than Andrew Sharp himself.
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Andrew has embarked on another project in his very busy life, managing The Washington Hotel
Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria LA13 9RG
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- Cumberland sausage granted protected status (telegraph.co.uk)
- Mutton chops cooked in beer with spring carrots (independent.co.uk)