I‘m not sure I can do this justice.

I haven’t read any of Mr Fearnley-Whittingstall’s work before but I understand that he is strongly opinionated. And, if this book is representative, highly enlightened.

If you are genuinly interested in meat – not just cooking and/or eating it, but in animal husbandry, slaughtering and butchering, and, most interestingly, the moral arguments for meat – then get hold of a copy of this. It is genuinly eye opening and I intend to make it compulsory reading for all members of the club.

Tig