Birthday or just for the hell of it….this box rocks. The Swaledale Lamb feast box for 2. Delivered MAINLAND UK
👉 Order by 12pm Wednesday for Friday delivery 👈
This lamb feast is created by Andrew Clarke, a man with a passion for tattoos, food and mental health issues who is also an award-winning chef specialising in live fire cooking. If you’re thinking house menus have become formulaic of late, this may be the time to celebrate the last few weeks in lockdown with a Tramshed Project lamb feast, delivered in a box to the house.
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This feast box is also made for sharing and big on flavour. Andrew is passionate about sourcing meat and just as keen on the provenance of a vegetable. The lamb is slow-roasted Swaledale shoulder. Flocks flourish in limestone pastures, and the taste of the dish is testament to their diet. For pudding gaze with delight at the salted caramel tart. Who doesn’t love a salted, caramel tart?
Celebration or just for the hell of it….this box rocks.
Slow-roasted Swaledale Lamb Shoulder
The Tramshed signature Swaledale Lamb Shoulder is given a Spring makeover. As usual, it’s slow roasted overnight with stock, white wine, tomatoes, rosemary, bay and thyme. Finished in the oven at home, the meat falls from the bone, with the included braising liquor reducing to an unctuous, sticky glaze.
Allergens: Celery, sulphur dioxide, milk
Translated as ‘baker’s potatoes’, Pommes Boulangère gets it’s name from the fact that centuries ago people would give trays of sliced potatoes to the baker to cook slowly in his oven, when few had ovens of their own.
Wild Garlic Pistou
A pistou is the French equivalent of an Italian pesto, albeit without the parmesan or pine nuts. We make ours with wild garlic, basil, early harvest olive oil and a little lemon zest, to be the perfect foil for the rich lamb.
A side of spring vegetables, including leek, asparagus, sprouting broccoli and courgette.
Allergens: Sulphur dioxide
Salted Caramel Tart - A soft tart of salted caramel and cultured cream topped with cocoa nibs and rose petals.
Allergens: Gluten, cereals, nuts, eggs, milk, sulphur dioxide
ABOUT THE TRAMSHED PROJECT
The Tramshed Project itself is based in Shoreditch. Built in 1905 it was a power station for the overground tram network. As well as a delicious restaurant (frequented by the Indytute team) it is normally used as an open space for local freelancers and small businesses and works with local charities as a food donation hub. It is an area where communities flourish and share.
Price includes delivery to Mainland UK
Order by 12pm Wednesday for Friday delivery. Deliveries are every Friday by 6pm.
"With its big flavours and easy versatility, the Tramshed will nourish you in all the ways you need." Jay Rayner