Here's what people are saying about Bocaddon Farm Veal:
"Superb selection, great value." - C Stanley
“My husband pronounced your veal the best he had ever had. Given that I have bought from a variety of very good suppliers previously, this is high praise indeed! I will be in touch again in the future.” - B Holloway
“The veal was truly delicious. Many thanks.” - D Birch, Liverpool
" Thank you for your delivery. It was beautifully packed and presented , and in excellent condition ,a good selection of cuts - I am sure we will be ordering again , excellent service" M Butcher
“The veal is just beautiful. We look forward to ordering again in the hopefully not too distant future. Thank you for offering such a fantastic service.” – P Clatworthy, Cornwall
“Thanks for the excellent service” – H Malyan, Truro
“We are impressed with both the packaging and the quality of the meat, and look forward to some good eating!” – K & M Hearnden, Leicester
“Our veal order arrived safely and on time, for which many thanks. I have to tell you that the veal was better than any I have tasted in a very long time.” - K Knott, Oxon
And What the Papers Say...
Bocaddon Farm Veal has been selected by food magazine in its pick of the very best local food producers in the South West. [Link to article expired]
Cornish food blogger Saffron Bunny visited us at the farm. She has written about the experience and her experiments with cooking some veal cuts.
Bocaddon Farm Veal is going up in the world - we've made it into the pages of this month's Vogue magazine! Murphy Williams' article about the resurgence of meat includes quotes from us among various celebrities and foodies. Not available online, sadly.
May 2011 Two great namechecks this month. First, Mark Hix included a recipe for veal meatballs in his barbecue suggestions in the Independent. Then Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall suggested three different veal dishes in the Guardian - slow-cooked shoulder, baked chops and barbecued kebabs. What is more, both chefs recommended Bocaddon Farm Veal as their suggested suppliers, proving that our reputation for outstanding meat is growing and growing.
An in-depth article about us, focussing particularly on the farming perspective, at thecattlesite.com
The Western Morning News reports from the Taste of the West Awards ceremony, where we scooped the overall prize for fresh meat. [Link to article expired]
Country Living magazine is running profiles of all the finalists in the Made in Britain Food Producer of the Year Awards (including us!), which they are jointly sponsoring with Waitrose. [Link to article expired]
July 2009Food writer Fiona Beckett has written about cooking our veal on her blog, The Frugal Cook. And Rose Prince has yet again mentioned us in the Daily Telegraph in an article about where to source French-style ingredients in the UK.
Word is clearly spreading in Cornwall too, as we're the subject of an extensive feature in this month's Cornwall Today magazine. Although the article isn't online, you can see some of the accompanying photos on this website and on our new facebook page.
A real coup - Matthew Fort has written a whole page about us in his regular column 'Around Britain with a Fork' in The Guardian. And, amazingly, on the very same day Rose Prince has again featured us in her article for the Daily Telegraph, headlined Western Pioneers, where she investigates innovative Cornish Food Producers.
This month we also featured in the BBC Good Food Magazine and Food and Travel Magazine.
In our most comprehensive and high-profile review to date, Andrew Webb has written about us for the Channel 4 food website. In a related article, he also writes about local chef and Real Veal customer Nathan Outlaw and his treatment of our veal amongst other ingredients [Links to articles expired]
One of our local customers, Dom Sadler from The Old Sail Loft restaurant in Looe, has contributed a veal recipe to the latest edition of food, the South West's guide to great eating. [Link to article expired]
An excellent article has appeared in Yes Chef! Magazine, the impressive new publication for chefs and professional foodies alike. The article focuses on Cornish produce, and features Bocaddon Farm Veal along with other local food and drink producers. Unfortunately the article isn't available to view online, but you'll find it in Issue 4 if you're lucky enough to get your hands on a copy.
Food critic Jay Rayner reviewed Restaurant Nathan Outlaw in Fowey for The Observer, and his dining companion ate our veal!
Rose Prince has focussed on our little corner of Cornwall for her weekly Shop Local article in The Daily Telegraph, and we get a mention [Link to article expired].
A good article has been written about us in Cornwall Foodfinder Bites, a bi-monthly newsletter for the local catering industry.