King James I Favourite:
Legend has it that King James I on his way to Scotland stopped at an inn just outside Preston, where he was served roast loin of beef. He enjoyed this so much that he withdrew his sword for its sheaf and knighted it ‘Sir Loin’The reality is that this is probably just a myth, but it does make a great story!I recently cooked this fantastic loin of beef on the bone, and was just as impressed as James I!
The joint I used weighs about 10lb (4.5kg). This is off one of our local grass fed Aberdeen Angus cross heifers, and would cost in the region of £70-£80, so I realise that it is not an everyday meal. However, for a special occasion, this is an impressive cut to have on the sideboard.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download
We are looking for the internal temperature, the coolest part to be about 50C. Digital thermometers are fantastic for this.