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The Meat Merchant
The finest meats at trade prices right here in Moira.
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Kevin Gratton 11h
I’d have to disagree - the best beef in the world comes from Peter - hands down ! 👍👨🏻‍🍳
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The Seafood Cafe 12h
Our Friday is making a come back tomorrow. These beauties have been aged in Himalayan salt chambers and are some of the best meat available in the country. They'll be flame grilled and served with irish langoustines cooked in garlic butter. And chips!
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Alex Simpson 13h
The best beef in Ireland comes from . No contest.
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James St 20h
Heading out to the theatre tonight? Check out our delicious Pre - Theatre menu 😍 Book Now |
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The Meat Merchant 19h
They say a picture paints a thousand words. That's handy on Twitter as that saves us 24,000. Serious sausage development this week with Paul Clarke . Too late for this year but roll on 2020 and
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Peter Hannan Sep 17
Beautiful rump of Irish lamb.
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Paul Clarke Sep 18
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Soraya Gadelrab Sep 18
What a treat! Quick trip to Belfast for Vision 2020 and managed a quick visit to Supreme Champion winners Thanks
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The Meat Merchant Sep 18
Agree 100 % Pat. When a company of the high standing and standards of Fortnum and Mason decide to stock your product, it is like a seal of approval. They are also the most lovely people to deal with and we are proud to be a producer partner.
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The Meat Merchant Sep 18
Replying to @MeatMerchantMoi
Sugar Pit Bacon Joints . Simply place in a preheated oven at 140 °C for 1 hour. Rest for 20 minutes before slicing and serving.
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The Meat Merchant Sep 18
Sugar Pit Bacon Joints available in the Meat Merchant. These 800 g bacon joints are absolutely beautiful and so simple to cook. Simply place in a preheated oven at 140 °C for 1 hour. Rest for 20 minutes before slicing and serving.
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The Meat Merchant Sep 17
Thanks for calling again. We hope you got everything you needed.
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The Reluctant Foodie Sep 17
When Achill met Moira! New house beginning to take shape so today it was all about the serious stuff. tucked away nicely in the freezer so the insulated box took a jaunt to to stock up. Not as handy a jaunt as up M1/A1 -but you what you have to do!
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The Meat Merchant Sep 17
Black Garlic Solo and 2019 3 Star Winning Black Garlic Miso ⭐️⭐️⭐️ by Co. Armagh based are now available in The Meat Merchant.
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Pat Whelan Sep 16
Yes the Always has stock of our beef dripping-Enjoy
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Pat Whelan Sep 16
Wanted to share this very proud moment seeing our humble beef dripping beautifully displayed in Piccadilly London-Alongside our good friend beautiful Salt Aged Beef and lamb sharing centre stage
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Deanes Restaurants Sep 15
Wonderful honour today Hailed Thank you Ultimate accolade!
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Onlyslaggin - BBQ Sep 15
Couple snaps from today’s event for I suppose you could call it a BBQ Banquet. We highlighted some of the best food products in Northern Ireland from the likes of & amongst others. All cooked on more pics on Instagram
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Richard Bertinet Sep 15
Before and after. 5.3 kg of pure delight !! we salute you! @ Bath, Somerset
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Joe Sep 15
T1 cookin cote du beouf to serve... My last meal had early....
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