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Much Ado About Mutton

Bob Kennard

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Bob Kennard explains the decline of this mutton, which once made men rich and kept them healthy. But more importantly, he explains why mutton is now poised to make a come-back. Its extraordinary health and environmental benefits are at last being recognised.

Mutton once took pride of place on every dining table up and down the country. It was the nation’s favourite dish. It fed us all, from peasant to King.

Whatever happened to it?

Bob Kennard explains the decline of this nutritious and lucrative commodity which once made men rich and kept them healthy. But more importantly, he explains why mutton is now poised to make a come-back. Its extraordinary health and environmental benefits are at last being recognised.

In Much Ado About Mutton, the author includes all the latest information:

  • Where to buy mutton today
  • What to look for in a cut of mutton
  • Modern and traditional mutton recipes
  • Appraisal of the best mutton breeds
  • Directory of UK sheep breeds
  • Mutton farming around the world
  • Mutton in literature
  • Braxy ham, salt marsh mutton, reestit mutton
  • Mutton’s benefits to the environment
  • New findings: mutton as a super-meat?

Foreword by HRH Prince of Wales 

Additional Information

Author Bob Kennard
Availability In Print
Dimensions 246 x 189 mm
Extent 224 pages
284 colour photographs
16 black & white photographs
25 Graphics
ISBN 9781906122614
Publication date September 2014
Book Type Hardcover

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