All posts tagged: scottish farming

A Scotch Beef Valentine’s

Do you normally go out for Valentine’s Day or stay at home? We’ve had mixed experiences of eating out on the day – some have been lovely but others have been a bit of a disaster, one of which was actually at a well known steak restaurant. Everything just gets so busy and unnecessarily stressful! So now we often eat at home. This year, Quality Meat Scotland sent me some fantastic steaks and ingredients to create the perfect romantic dinner for Valentine’s Day. As regularly readers will know, meat has been always been an important part of my family, with my dad working for the Meat and Livestock Commission his entire life. So it’s always interesting for me to try new types of meat and learn about where it comes from. Scotch Beef PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) is specially selected beef from Scotland, from farms that must adopt best practice regarding animal welfare and natural production methods.75% of Scotland’s land mass is used for agricultural production, making the farming industry the single biggest determinant of the landscape …