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  • £2.95

    Sea Peppered Mackerel

    £2.95

    Peppered mackerel using crushed peppercorns and four varieties of seaweed flakes, hot smoked in our own smoker using a blend of three different woods, this one has a wonderful fresh taste of the sea. Delicious served simply with some salad and lovely fresh bread.

    Priced per pack of two fillets

     

    £2.95 per pack

    (approximate weight 95g)

  • £4.45£47.80

    Salmon Fillet

    £4.45£47.80

    The finest Scottish Salmon.

     

    £4.45 per 180g portion

    £11.95 per 500g = 2 Generous Servings

     

    We’ve now added the option of this fish being portioned for you. If an even number of portions is ordered we will pack in two’s, however if you’d like them packed individually please let us know in the order notes at the checkout.

  • £3.65

    Ray Wings approx. 275g

    £3.65

    Ray wings caught locally, a flat winged cartilaginous fish related to sharks, some species are called Skate and some are called Rays! A versatile fish but Skate (or Ray!) with black butter is our favourite recipe.

     

    £3.65 per wing weighing approx. 275g

    (perfect portion size which will sit nicely on a plate)

  • £6.10£36.60

    Pork Tenderloin

    £6.10£36.60

    Pork Tenderloin is the pork version of fillet steak. It is very tender as the name would suggest, and can be cooked in one piece or sliced into medallions.
    As with fillet steak care needs to be taken not to overcook.

    Priced per 500g

  • £5.95£35.70

    Pork Steaks

    £5.95£35.70

    Pork Steaks are always popular – boneless and lean, these steaks are lovely pan fried or grilled. You can also beat them out and coat in seasoned breadcrumbs, producing delicious schnitzels.

    Priced per 500g

  • £3.30£35.80

    Pollack Fillet

    £3.30£35.80

    A great sustainable alternative to Cod and one of our favourite white fish. A firmer texture, not so flaky, and slightly sweeter tasting. Delicious topped with cheese, smokey bacon and parsley breadcrumbs.

     

    £3.30 per 180g portion

    £8.95 per 500g = 2 Generous Servings

     

    We’ve now added the option of this fish being portioned for you. If an even number of portions is ordered we will pack in two’s, however if you’d like them packed individually please let us know in the order notes at the checkout.

  • £1.95

    Pilchard Works Cornish Pilchard fillets in Extra Virgin Olive Oil 100g

    £1.95

    Caught off the shores of Cornwall by small boats fishing for a few hours at a time, the fish are landed while as fresh as possible. The fish are only taken from the boats when in their best condition – a question of oil content in relation to the body weight of the fish.

    At the cannery in Brittany the fish are hand sorted before the canning process begins. The fish are filleted and then flash-fried according to a process that has been developed and used since 1853 when their canners, the oldest sardine cannery in the world came into being. The tins are individually filled by hand before the sauce or marinade is added. The canning process uses a combination of the latest in processing equipment with the most traditional of methods to capture the best flavours. Finally, the tins are checked for content and quality by hand before being sealed.

    The recipes used in their tinned fish products have been created exclusively for The Pilchard Works.  Whether preserved in extra virgin olive oil, sunflower oil or in rich tomato sauce, the flavour of the fish bursts through.

  • £1.95

    Pilchard Works Cornish Pilchard fillets in a rich tomato sauce 100g

    £1.95

    Caught off the shores of Cornwall by small boats fishing for a few hours at a time, the fish are landed while as fresh as possible. The fish are only taken from the boats when in their best condition – a question of oil content in relation to the body weight of the fish.

    At the cannery in Brittany the fish are hand sorted before the canning process begins. The fish are filleted and then flash-fried according to a process that has been developed and used since 1853 when their canners, the oldest sardine cannery in the world came into being. The tins are individually filled by hand before the sauce or marinade is added. The canning process uses a combination of the latest in processing equipment with the most traditional of methods to capture the best flavours. Finally, the tins are checked for content and quality by hand before being sealed.

    The recipes used in their tinned fish products have been created exclusively for The Pilchard Works.  Whether preserved in extra virgin olive oil, sunflower oil or in rich tomato sauce, the flavour of the fish bursts through.

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