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Valentine's Steaks & Chops

Our selection of Valentine's Day steaks and chops have been hand-picked by Michelin-starred chef Jeff Baker. This is for their eating quality to form the heart of a special, romantic meal. With chef-prepared cooking guides and serving suggestions for every cut, our steaks will ensure a romantic dinner to remember.

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Quality Dry-aged Valentine’s Day

Steak & Chops You Can Taste in Every Bite

Dry aged beef is a globally recognised process that locks in flavour while staying tender. Which is why we use this practice on a selection of our grass-fed beef steaks. In our Valentine's day range, choose between 7 or 32 day aged meat. Each steak has its own characteristics that allow you to enjoy restaurant quality in the comfort of your own home.

British Grass-Fed Steaks & Chops for Valentine’s Day

At Farmison we are very lucky to have some of the best farmers and suppliers in the world, right on our doorstep. Meaning your Valentine's Day steak has been slow reared in the heart of North Yorkshire. When backing British meat, not only are you supporting local, but you can taste the quality in the distinct flavours the cut provides. To explore the flavour and characteristics of different types of steak, refer to our ultimate steak guide for help.

Tracing Your Valentine’s Day Steak Back to its Source

Traceability is at the centre of what we do to ensure we provide high quality products to the dinner tables of our customers. We are able to do this by working alongside our farmers who align with our sustainability missions and only supply British and heritage breeds. It is through these partnerships that we are able to be industry leaders for traceability and meat provenance practices. Essentially, when you receive your Valentine's Day steaks, you are able to trace that cut back to the farm it was reared on. Not only providing transparency, but it also provides the ability to make a more conscious decision as to where your food is coming from.