Tony Singh - “If you try just one rare breed pork make sure it’s British Lop”
17 October 2013
This week, top celebrity chef Tony Singh was cooking with British Lop as part of Slow Food UK - a global, grassroots organisation with supporters in 150 countries around the world that links the pleasure of food with a commitment to the community and the environment.
He was live Tweeting whilst cooking and "tender", "moist" & "stunning" were just some of the words used to describe what he thought of the pork. He cooked Belly on a bed of beans, mushrooms and apple with sweet smoked paprika. Please see below for the step by step photos Tony was posting on his page (@McTSingh).
His full review:
"The wonderful British Lop from Trevaskis Farm has to be some of the best pork I have ever tasted, it’s amazing flavours of meat and rich fat, not too much fat either, just the right amount of fat, lends itself to all sorts of perpetration. We had a traditional roast with the crunchiest, melt-in-the-mouth crackling, and the belly, the belly...so moist and tasty, again with that crunchiest golden crackling, was just the best. If you try just one rare breed pork make sure it's British Lop"
Tony's lop was supplied by Trevaskis Farm in Hayle, Cornwall.
For more information on Slow Food UK please visit www.slowfood.org.uk