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Scottish | Kobe Sirloin Steak1645 viewsI personally think the best way to cook a Scottish | Kobe sirloin steak is on the grill, with a bit of ground pepper and ground sea salt. This piece of steak is served with garden peas and potatoes. We grow our own potatoes at Lucies Farm and I'm amazed at how different they taste from "store bought" potatoes.1 comments
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Scottish | Kobe Shabu Shabu Beef3577 viewsThis is aged Scottish | Kobe topside, frozen, and then cut paper thin. We pack it on special grease proof, food-grade paper. It's delicious in shabu shabu --- and we have a good customer who eats in raw, as carpaccio.
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An assortment of Scottish | Kobe Beef1356 viewsHere's an assortment of the various cuts of Scottish | Kobe beef that we have available at Lucies Farm. With apologies for the "plug," all of these can be ordered on our website.
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Scottish | Kobe Fillet Steaks390 viewsTwo prime, aged Scottish | Kobe fillet steaks. Unfortunately, each steer only provides 17 to 18 fillet steaks, and we package them in a pair. So we only receive eight or nine packages from each steer. As a result, there is always a back-order situation for fillet steak. You can join the queue at the Lucies Farm e-commerce site.
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A plate of Scottish | Kobe Shabu Shabu Beef330 viewsReady to cook . . .
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Lord Rannoch of Lucies488 viewsRannoch photographed in Birmingham, early February 2005. This was part of a shoot for a Kobe beef promotion, and Rannoch was like a big pussycat in the studio.
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Lord Rannoch of Lucies and His Companion475 viewsThis photo, taken in a studio in Birmingham in early February 2005, is part of a promotion of our Scottish | Kobe beef. Rannoch was quite happy to be massaged!
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Lord Rannoch of Lucies Massaged653 viewsThis photograph of Lord Rannoch of Lucies (taken in February 2005) is part of a promotional piece for Kobe beef. In fact, Rannoch is one of our two "stock" bulls --- we're not about to eat him. Rannoch's semen is for sale on his own website.
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Aberdeen Angus Steers Arriving - Mar 3 20053035 viewsWith the increased demand for Scottish | Kobe beef, we have purchased six new purebred Aberdeen Angus steers to add to our own existing herd. The steers were raised by David Coward in Mere, Wiltshire -- here's a photograph of their arrival. Their first taste of beer, and their first massage, awaits.
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Highland Cow, Her Calf, and Aberdeen Angus766 viewsThe afternoon of March 19, 2005, on our four acre field. The Highland calf was born on Thursday: she's a heifer. She looks like the folks at Steif created her. This is a photo of mother (a pedigree Highland cow), baby, and one of our pedigreed Aberdeen Angus cows. The photo shows the difference between a Highland cow (on the left) and an Aberdeen Angus cow (right).
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Highland and Aberdeen Angus Cattle355 viewsThis is our 11-acre field, which overlooks the Powick Parish Church and the valleys of the Teme and Severn Rivers. Here our pedigree Aberdeen Angus steers and Highland steers live the Kobe life: a regular diet of grain, beer (from the local micro-brewery), and massages.
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Filling Back Orders347 viewsWe seem to be running in a back-order situation most of the time. When the aged beef from a steer comes back from the cutter, we rush to get it shipped out to the waiting customers. Here's one day's shipment: the Scottish | Kobe beef goes out, and then our cupboard is bare again. Lucies Farm e-Commerce Site
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