WHAT’S IN THE ORGANIC BEEF BOX?
• Selection of premium steaks (Striploin, Fillet, Ribeye etc.)
• Three or four back-end roasts (Round roast, Silverside, Topside, etc.)
• A number of fore-end roasts (Housekeeper or Brisket)
• Beef strips or stir-fry beef
• Diced beef or stewing beef
• Minced beef
*Organ meats and stock bones are available, upon request
The whole box is portioned, bagged, clearly labelled and freezer-ready, by our certified craft butcher.
This is called “money well spent”. @23andme I always knew I was Irish and now I know I come from #CountyMayo on the west coast of Ireland (62.8%) and was ALWAYS told that I am German from my mothers side... little did I know I have ZERO German and I am actually (18.4%) Swiss!!! And come from the beautiful #Grisons region which is full of amazing mountainous views. Great app that #23andme built and recommend EVERYONE goes out and discovers who they truly are! Now it’s time to see what distant family members are out there 💪🏻😎
The night before I took this photo, I sat at a pub drinking a Smithwick’s with a splash of Red Lemonade. It may sound like some sort of preteen entry-level foray into alcohol, but it sure was tasty. Sticking out like the sore American thumbs we were in the smallest of west coast Irish towns, we attracted the attention of a local retiree. I just knew once he walked in that we’d end up talking to him. After a long enough glance around joint, he and his thick white beard, strolled over to our table and sat right down. A bold move, I thought with my New Yorker mind-your-own-business mentality, until I remembered how friendly and welcoming people generally are in this part of the world. This man, looking like an old sea captain if he only had a pipe and rubber boots, just wanted to hear our stories. Who we were. Where we came from. Our ambitions. Our beliefs. I haven’t had such deep conversations with half my friends. It quickly turned to what our plans were the following day. We didn’t have any. The man, in his stereotypically Kelly green sweater, insisted we drive to Achill Island and spend the day there. Now, I’d read about Achill in my travel guidebooks and actually had put it on the short list due to some photos of the Minaun Cliffs I’d seen. I wanted to recreate those photos, so I was all in immediately. The night ended fairly late, and I think the only savior from a wicked hangover was a combo of that Red Lemonade and the ice melting in pint after pint of Bulmer’s. The next morning, were drive off without a plan, just the idea that we had to see Achill Island. This was the first photo I took that morning. It may not even be across the tiny swing bridge that separates the island from the mainland, but it will always remind me of that night, one of the best travel experiences I’ve had. #ireland#countymayo#achillisland#travel#travelphotography#celticcross#capture#throughmylens#cemetery#photographyeveryday#wanderlust
Inktober Day 21. Co. Mayo - Glebe Stone Circle. This should have been full of colour, leafs of all different Autumn colours falling and blowing in the breeze lol. If I get a chance ill go back to. The circle was created as i normally print, the trees were drawn in pen. I should say that the real stone circle looks a little different. For locations i havent visited I wanted to change them up a bit and not completely rely on others photos.
We’ve been following Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way for a month and every driving day we have been spoiled with stunning views and wow moments. Here are a few scenes from County Mayo. The counties south of Mayo may get all the marketing hype, but we think this region is full of sparkling gems.