Lean Green Meat & Veg Box, Organic | Abel & Cole

Lean Green Meat & Veg Box, Organic

(£30.00 each)
organic gluten free
3 cuts of organic meat and 4 types of organic veg.
Our boxes are designed to arrive weekly so you’ve fresh food and a variety of flavours. Weekly boxes help our farmers plan and prevent waste, too. You can adjust the frequency if weekly is not your cup of tea.
Three cuts of lean, quick-cook meat, and a mixture of sparkling leafy greens and wholesome non-starchy veg that changes weekly. They all come together to make for an unbeatable combo.
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Deliveries from:
Monday 18th September
Monday 25th September
Cavolo Nero (300g)
Cavolo nero is an Italian cabbage variety (though, we grow it here!) with dark green leaves that have a good, strong flavour. It can be used in all cabbage recipes but it's particularly good in soups - such as the classic Tuscan ribollita, which is traditionally left to sit for a day before serving to allow the soup to thicken and the flavours to develop. Cavolo nero is also delicious cooked simply, just fried in olive oil with garlic and chillies.

Country of Origin - UK
Class - Minimum Class 2
Chicken Breast Fillets, Boneless & Skinless (340g avg, pack of 2)
Heirloom Tomatoes (200g)
These organic heirloom tomatoes are a mix of mini san marzano, zebrine, sun peach, sun chocolate, sun lemon and canary bell. They aren’t the names of celebrity offspring. They’ll be in your next salad, sauce or chutney.

Whizz up your toms into this spicy dip to dunk warm pitta and veg from your box. Need more ideas? See here for Tomato recipes

You’ll notice when your toms arrive that they have a little cushion under them. It’s to keep your tomatoes fresher for longer in the fridge, and it's made using organic and natural ingredients. Just leave it out with your empty boxes and we’ll collect it to recycle and compost for you.

Country of Origin - UK
Class - Minimum Class 2
Peppery Mix Salad (100g)
Country of Origin - Italy
Pork Shoulder Steaks, Organic (350g)
Sweetcorn (x 2)
Fresh, English sweetcorn is unlike anything else. It's sweet, creamy and nutty – and totally addictive. You can gloss it with a bit of chilli butter or throw it on the BBQ, but it's really amazingly delicious if you just steam or boil it until tender (about 20 minutes) and gloss it with just the tiniest amount of butter. Heavenly! Snap it up while you can.
Wild Venison, Diced (500g)
Our wild venison comes from Chris Chappel and Stephen Crouch’s beautiful Hampshire woodlands. When slowly cooked, diced venison is meltingly tender – it's utterly gorgeous, and wonderfully lean. It’s just the ticket in our Wild Venison Ragu recipe.
Beef Mince (500g)
Ah, organic broccoli. Little trees with thousands of tiny green flowers full of vitamins and flavour. Or pom poms ready to be shook into your next meal. Broccoli loves cheese (Parmesan, blue, mascarpone, goat’s cheese), egg (fabulous in a quiche), almonds, garlic and cream. Fix your florets into soups and stir-fries or steam for a nutritious side. Country of Origin - Spain
Class - Minimum Class 2
Chicken Thighs Boneless (550g avg, pack of 4)
Green Kale (400g)
A highly nutritious vegetable that is part of the cabbage family although it is a leafier variety. It is popular in many different cultures and was one of the main crops to feature in the Dig For Victory campaign during the Second World War. Along with potato it is the key ingredient for Irish Colcannon although it can be prepared in a variety of ways. Country of Origin - UK Class - Minimum Class 2
Pork Leg Steaks, Organic (350g)
Sweet Mix Salad (100g)
Country of Origin - Italy
Vine Tomatoes (400g)
Did you know that when the tomato plant first came to the British Isles in the late 16th Century it was used predominantly as a decorative plant as its fruit was believed to be poisonous? Thankfully, someone clearly took a risk and now we know better! Country of Origin - UK
Why we're organic
We've been organic for almost 30 years now, supporting bio diversity, avoiding chemical nonsense and championing food that's grown and tastes like it should.

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