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The Best Meat Dishes to Serve on Christmas Day (If You Don’t Like Turkey) Wine News

Where to buy the best alternative meat

Wild and game

The Bristol game specialist emphasizes “sustainable local food that is environmentally friendly and produced without inputs”. The Christmas baskets, which feature specials like wild pigs in blankets, are selling out fast. Pheasant stuffed with wild boar sausage meat? Yes please.

0800 433 4334; Wild and game

Wright Brothers

With two London restaurants and an online fishmonger, the Wright brothers know their fish. Watch for Christmas baskets, crusted salmon and whole fish.

020 3855 5300; The Wright Brothers

The ethical butcher

For a Christmas dinner with eco-friendly credentials, you can’t go wrong with the ethical butcher. This Christmas, they’re pushing parkland venison, soy-free pork and chateaubriand, all raised on quality pasture or wild diets. Their bacon-wrapped haunch of venison is particularly appetizing.

020 8900 8585; ethical butcher

Piper Farm

Devon’s Pipers Farm, where local indigenous breeds rule, also champions regenerative products. Their picanha and Red Ruby beef top are perfect for large groups, while poultry lovers should opt for a rooster.

01392 881380; Piper Farm

Parson’s nose

At this traditional West London butcher, turkey still reigns supreme, but Wellington beef is a close second. Large pork roasts are also selling well. Look for fish, game or even goat.

07387 228599; Parson’s nose

Philip Warren’s Butchers

The famous Cornish Butcher supplies some of the best restaurants in the country, so you’ll be in safe hands with their huge range of meats. Beef remains the king of Christmas alternatives, but why not try their excellent cull lace mutton shoulder?

01566 772244; Philip Warren’s Butchers

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