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Win A £100 BBQ Parcel


Allums of Yorkshire have teamed up with to bring you a truly amazing competition prize!

WIN one of our fantastic £100 premiums BBQ meat packs in time for the August Bank Holiday!

There are five of our premiums BBQ meat packsl to be WON so don’t delay and enter today!!

Click Here to be in with a chance of Winner one!   


Lamb Package

Lamb is popular throughout the world, and here at Allums of Yorkshire we love a bit of Lamb.

All our Lamb is sourced from the finest Yorkshire Farms and supplied to us via John Penny so we know that quality and freshness is guaranteed.

Why not enjoy our quality Lamb for a full month with our Lamb package

And for only £60 with Free delivery on orders over £50  Lamb is not as expensive as you may think!

1kg Leg of Lamb 

1kg Rolled Lamb Shoulder 

Stuffed Breast of Lamb

Rack of Lamb 

2 x Lamb Henrys

500g Diced Lamb 

500g Neck of Lamb 

4 x Lamb Burgers 

4 x Lamb Pinwheels 

With Free delivery on all our orders over £50 this package will be delivered direct to your door so you never need to leave the comfort of your own home, click and collect or call in to one of our two branches.

Why not create your own Allums bundle? Just add your favourite cuts of meat to your basket and when you’re done select our delivery or click and collect option. 

The Lamb Package consists of thirteen individual products: all available individually from our Lamb page.

Each product can be purchased individually.

All items will need to be placed into your shopping basket prior to purchase. 

Looking for cooking guidelines? We can help there..

Last order date for Easter delivery.



Roasting Gressingham duck breasts

Duck is a dark meat but full of flavour and can be used in a verity of dishes for the more adventurous of cooks.

You will need two Gressingham duck breats.


1.    Preheat your oven to 220oc, Fan 200oc, Gas Mark 7 

2.    Remove your Duck breasts from all packaging and pat the skin of the duck breast dry

3.    Score the skin diagonally with a sharp knife and Season with  sea salt and ground black pepper as required

4.    Place the duck breast skin side down in a cold non-stick pan without any oil

5.    Then place the pan on a medium heat for about 6-8 minutes or until golden brown, pour any excess fat out of the pan, being very careful as this will be extremely hot, then seal the other side of the breast for about 30 seconds.

6.    Place breast skin side up on a rack in a roasting tin and place in the middle of pre heated oven the oven. 

As Duck is a red meat you can cook it a number of ways, below is a guide line for roasting times.

Rare - 10 minutes   Medium - 15 minutes   Well Done - 18 minutes

Once the duck is cooked to your preference rest in a warm place for 10 minutes before serving.

Hints & Tips

If you prefer a crispy skin on your duck breasts, cook the breast skin side down in a cold pan on a medium heat until golden brown.  Then simply put in the oven for the required cooking time.
It is important to rest your duck before serving; this equilibrates the temperature and spreads the moisture around.
You can easily make duck crackling by cutting the skin into thin strips and frying until crisp.  Use this on salads or as part of your favourite duck recipe.




Homemade Beef Burgers

There is nothing better than a burger on a BBQ and here at Allums we have some fantastic homemade burgers already prepared for you to pop straight over your hot coals.

But if you fancy having a go at making your burgers this summer then here is a great recipe to try.  

Serves 4 - 8 


For the burger

500g/1lb of lean top quality mince beef

25g/1oz chopped coriander

1 onion, chopped

1 tbsp Dijon mustard

1 free-range egg yolk

1 tbsp olive oil

Salt and freshly ground black pepper

To serve

4 slices mature Cheddar

4 tbsp mayonnaise

½ iceberg lettuce, shredded

4 ciabatta rolls

1 red onion, sliced

1 beef tomato, sliced



Place all the burger ingredients in a mixing bowl, Time to get your hands dirty!! Mix all the ingredients together, once done shape into four equal-sized patties.

Preheat the barbecue or grill to hot, and cook the burgers for about 15 minutes, or until cooked through, turning once.

Top each burger with a slice of cheese towards the end of the cooking time.

Before serving, mix together the mayonnaise and lettuce. Cut the ciabatta rolls in half and toast on both sides.