Farmers in Southwest Victoria grow some of the best lamb in the world. It is not unusual for up to 50,000 lambs to be sold through the Hamilton Saleyards during peak season. More and more people are seeking the skill of butchery as part of the slow food movement.
Our Lamb Butchering Class covers basic butchery practice, then we demonstrate how lamb is broken down into its primal cuts, whilst at the same time explaining different uses for each cut of meat.
This is a great opportunity to learn about some lesser known cuts and how to prepare them; and why we approach each cut differently.
Then it will then be your turn to pick up a knife and prepare your own cut of meat.
This is a "hands on class" and the classes are limited to 8 people with an experienced butcher to guide you.
You will take home the meat that you butcher on the night shared amongst the group by weight.
At the end of the class there is a lamb entree included matched with an appropriate beer or wine.
*CLASS DATES MAY CHANGE DEPENDING ON NUMBERS*
- About the different cuts of lamb
- Basic knife skills
- About how lamb is broken down into is cuts
- A greater knowledge of the different cuts of lamb and their uses.
- Practical skills to use in your kitchen at home.
- Meat to take home with you (a whole lamb will be broken down and shared between participants by weight)
- A set of class notes
- A lamb lunch entree with a matching beer or wine.
- If you have a knife set bring it along
- Notepad and pen if you'd like to take notes.
- An apron
Casual clothes that WILL get dirty
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With its headquarters in Western Victoria - we seek to provide opportunities for people living regionally to be part of exciting workshops and classes that typically might not be available. We also seek to give people from cities and regional centres an opportunity to see some amazing places while growing a new skill.
Many of our classes are based at the Hamilton Insititute of Rural Learning (HIRL). HIRL is an amazing venue spread across 15 acres and bordering a 100 acre Eastern Barred Bandicoot recovery enclosure. It is the perfect place to connect in community and learn together. http://www.hirl.org.au/
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