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The Father's Day feast

 

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12.06.2015

EMMA SLEIGHT

Acting food, wine & flowers editor

THE FATHER’S DAY FEAST

The trend for supporting native breeds and local producers has never been stronger, so why not celebrate Father’s Day by tucking into some best of British produce, says Emma Sleight

Forget cufflinks or cologne; as the old saying goes, the way to a man’s heart (my dad included) is through his stomach. Piling a board high with home-grown meats and all the trimmings is a simple way to please the foodie in your family this Father’s Day. Our British Air-Dried Charcuterie Selection, which you can find in store, features marbled slices of thyme-flecked salami from Trealy Farm in Monmouthshire, rose-pink ham hand-cured with rock salt, and slivers of Black Combe spiced ham from the Woodall family, who’ve been curing meat in Cumbria for eight generations. Set the table with freshly cut figs, his favourite blue cheese and a hunk of crusty bread for a no-cook lunch that packs a punch. Dad will be thrilled.
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