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Simon Hopkinson uses Label Anglais chicken - August 2011

Simon Hopkinson  author of "Roast Chicken and Other Stories" uses Label Anglais chicken, on his prime time BBC programme "The Good Cook", to demonstrate the perfect roast chicken dish.

 

 

Label Anglais sponsors "Skills For Chefs" July 2011

Label Anglais sponsors "Skills For Chefs" - "Young chef of the Year 2011" competition.

 

Here Chris Frederick, partner S J Frederick & Sons, appears  at the prize Gala Dinner alongside two of his fellow judges Andrew Bennett (Sheraton Park Lane) and Nigel Crane (Essential Cuisine)and the winner Deborah Kirk of Cumbernauld College. Nigel Haworth of the Michelin starred Northcote Manor was the other judge.

 

United States Ambassador Thanksgiving November 2010

 

The United States Ambassador has ordered his four turkeys for Thanksgiving from us again this year, the fifth time we have had the pleasure of supplying the US Embassy.

 

 

10 Downing Street August 2009

Chris Frederick, of S J Frederick & Sons, producers of Temple Farm Turkeys, represented the Traditional Farmfresh Turkey Association at No 10 Downing Street in August 2009, when Food and Farming Minister Jim Fitzpatrick hosted a special event to showcase UK Protected Food Names. Mr Fitzpatrick said, ‘Local produce that is traditionally made attracts people from all over the world for its taste and quality.’ Here, Chris is carving a Traditional Farmfresh Turkey at the event

 

 

Le Café Anglais February 2008

At his newly opened hotspot Le Café Anglais, Rowley Leigh has installed two majestic rotisseries on which he cooks premium chickens bought from a poultry farm in Essex called Label Anglais. As Albert Roux once observed, “an ‘appy chicken will taste good and an un’appy one won’t”, and these chickens taste very good indeed. Rowley Leigh,The Financial Times.


 

Gordon Ramsay served Label Anglais at Posh and Becks January 2007

Ever since Gordon Ramsay served Label Anglais at Posh and Becks’ world cup party, the free-range birds from Essex have been set to become the menu item of choice at smart restaurants everywhere. A slow-growing breed fed on a high cereal diet, Label Anglais tastes like chicken ought to. Olive Magazine.

 

British Champion June 2005

“British Champion”,  In a blind taste test conducted by Restaurant magazine, Michel Roux found Label Anglais to be a “British Champion”, a very close second to Poulet de Bresse, and an important alterative on both cost and taste. Restaurant Magazine.

 

an ‘appy chicken will taste good - February 2008

At his newly opened hotspot Le Café Anglais, Rowley Leigh has installed two majestic rotisseries on which he cooks premium chickens bought from a poultry farm in Essex called Label Anglais. As Albert Roux once observed, “an ‘appy chicken will taste good and an un’appy one won’t”, and these chickens taste very good indeed. Rowley Leigh, The Financial Times.

 

Label Anglais at Posh and Becks' Jan 2007

Ever since Gordon Ramsay served Label Anglais at Posh and Becks’ world cup party, the free-range birds from Essex have been set to become the menu item of choice at smart restaurants everywhere. A slow-growing breed fed on a high cereal diet, Label Anglais tastes like chicken ought to. Olive Magazine.


 

Label Anglais to be a “British Champion” June 2005

“British Champion”,  In a blind taste test conducted by Restaurant magazine, Michel Roux found Label Anglais to be a “British Champion”, a very close second to Poulet de Bresse, and an important alterative on both cost and taste. Restaurant Magazine.

 
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