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Served two ways, featuring Roam & Relish Organic Pastrami.
Introducing this evening’s Sunday Supper, Lloyd and I decided to customize our own gourmet style pastrami sandwiches, served with sweet potato (as usual with this sort of thing), and my new favourite side, lightly ‘toasted’ lettuce.
The pastrami is brought to us today by the newly launched Roam & Relish, a blooming wonderful, organic, family farmed beef brisket, matured on the bone for a minimum of 21 days to develop the fullest flavour, marinated with spices, and cooked (I got that from the pack, but I can absolutely promise you that these guys are the lovliest. Lloyd and I were lucky enough to meet them at #bloggersball in London, and just had to include these in a recipe).
Such a simple, yet special feeling meal. It’s good for lunches, picnics, and evening meals alike. You can make them your own way, with your favourite accompaniments and variations.
The pastrami itself, the showstopper of the whole creation, was butter soft, and melted in the mouth. There was no reason to over chew, and there were no ‘stringy bits’ that sometimes occur with general high street supermarket brands.
You know that I have a hard time enjoying meats like this at the moment with my braces in place, but it was such a relief and a treat to be able to easily enjoy this tender beef, without having to wear myself out with my awkward chewing!
We are already thinking of new ways to enjoy Roam & Relish pastrami, but if you have any suggestions, or want to share your favourite ways to enjoy this, let me know!
You can follow the progress of this delicious new brand over on twitter, but using the #roam&relish, and following @Eversfieldmeat on twitter.
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