MissDissent (missdissent) wrote,

Gloucester NSW & the 'Cattleman's Cutlet'

After a visit with my significant other's parents, we decided to make use of our esky (which we had taken there full of seafood from the Fish Markets) and load up on some good ol' country meat. We drove from Tinonee near Taree (where his parents live) down to Gloucester, and the hoards of Black Angus we saw along the way started to get me very excited!

In Gloucester we stopped at Darryl's Gourmet Butchery and when I enquired as to which beef was Black Angus and locally produced - well it all was! My partner was drawn to a cut he hadn't seen before - called a Cattleman's Cutlet. Basically it is a scotch fillet left on the bone.

As you can see with the 'hand as comparison' photo, these were huge hunks of meat, and a real bargain at less than $20/kilo. The result (barbecued) were tasty, buttery steaks on the bone. They were actually too large for us to eat in one sitting, so half remains in the fridge for a roll later on.

With the quality of meat, and the bargain prices, I think we'll make this a regular stop on the way home from his parents. The road was far more scenic too - rolling hills, winding curves, and no radars to speak of!

Darrel's Gourmet Butchery
39 Church St Gloucester NSW 2422
Ph: (02) 6558 1009
Tags: produce, travel
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