With a man.
With a Butcherman.
Well, okay... with a delivery person who would bring me meat. To... my... front... door!
Of course home delivery of goods is nothing new, and neither is online shopping. But Butcherman offers a unique service where restaurant quality meat is delivered to you at competitive prices during nominated timeslots – and just as well, because meat slowly going off at your doorway has its obvious downfalls. And yes, they even deliver on a Saturday morning so you don’t have to wait at home on a weekday like you do for tradespeople. Or furniture.
The delivery provided a bountiful meaty dinner for the husband and I of both Angus and Wagyu sirloin steaks and sausages. Admittedly I’d never tried Angus and Wagyu side by side, but the opportunity was too good to resist! The Angus proved to be more meaty in flavour but the Wagyu was superior in terms of tenderness and evenly-rippled fat.
The sausages were a delight, without the copious amounts of fat which ooze out during the cooking of some. Preparing kangaroo loin at home was also a first, but the risk of overcooking was less than anticipated. Large chunks were marinated in soy and wasabi paste and stir-fried to make a warm salad, while others went into a chilli kangaroo fried rice.
So the next time you’re looking for particular meats or perhaps a large amount for a special event, think about saving yourself a trip trawling the stores and have it delivered from this online butcher instead.
Mademoiselle Délicieuse received a complimentary delivery of meat for this post as courtesy of Butcherman and Men at Work Communications.