On The Bone

SO! YOU'RE OK WITH BONES!


Fish bones are the scourge of many. We understand. But those who can cope are usually well-rewarded because cooking fish on the bone gives it extra character.

And "on the bone" need not mean "a mouthful of small bones"... if you can handle a pork chop, you'll be fine with a lovely tronçon from a fine large flat fish such as halibut or turbot.

Or try a tail piece - once cooked, you'll have two perfectly boneless servings which will slide off the bone very neatly. Believe me! - my wife - she hates bones - loves a tailpiece serving. Start with a salmon tailpiece.

SO! YOU'RE OK WITH BONES! Fish bones are the scourge of many. We understand. But those who can cope are usually well-rewarded because cooking fish on the bone gives it extra character. And... read more »
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On The Bone

SO! YOU'RE OK WITH BONES!


Fish bones are the scourge of many. We understand. But those who can cope are usually well-rewarded because cooking fish on the bone gives it extra character.

And "on the bone" need not mean "a mouthful of small bones"... if you can handle a pork chop, you'll be fine with a lovely tronçon from a fine large flat fish such as halibut or turbot.

Or try a tail piece - once cooked, you'll have two perfectly boneless servings which will slide off the bone very neatly. Believe me! - my wife - she hates bones - loves a tailpiece serving. Start with a salmon tailpiece.

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Two thick cut halibut on the bone steaks
Halibut on-the-bone steaks
Although this halibut is "on the bone", the bones are not isolated pin bones lurking to catch you unawares. After cooking, the meat lifts off the bone with a minimum of fuss. These hand-cut steaks are usually "square" but occasionally we...
From £30.80
Two raw wahoo steaks on the bone style
Wahoo / Kingfish steaks
Wahoo is a famous sporting fish found in the Indo-Pacific and Caribbean. No doubt Ernest Hemingway caught a few (but he called it kingfish). These are on-the-bone steaks.
From £8.20
Cooked wild halibut on the bone steaks
Wild Halibut on-the-bone steaks
Although this halibut is "on the bone", the bones are not isolated pin bones lurking to catch you unawares. After cooking, the meat lifts off the bone with a minimum of fuss. These hand-cut steaks are usually "square" but occasionally we...
From £35.30
Salmon tail piece on stalks of dill
Salmon tail pieces
A top class meal. Poach or bake in foil then, at the table, flick off the skin and lift the sides off the bone - it could not be easier - there are no small bones. We can’t resist this quote from Jane Grigson’s Fish Cookery (a very fine...
From £21.70
One raw cod tail piece
Cod tail pieces
On-the-bone tail end of a fine specimen of a cod. Wrap in foil and roast in your oven for 25 minutes. The two fillet steaks will slide off, utterly free of bones.
From £6.80
Two sea bass on the bone steaks
Sea bass, wild, on-the-bone steaks
We only have this item intermittently, as it requires (hideously expensive) huge wild fish, which are rare. Traditional ’through the fish’ O or U-shaped steaks (with a bone in the middle of the steak) like traditional salmon steaks......
From £19.10
One sea bass tail piece
Sea bass tail pieces
Tailpieces cut from large wild sea bass. We have removed the tail itself and of course, the fish has been descaled. These wonderful pieces of fish should be baked in the oven. Each one will give you two magnificent fillets, which will...
From £11.00
Two on the bone sturgeon steaks next to a whole sturgeon
Sturgeon on-the-bone steaks
Sturgeon steaks are a distinctive shape as it as a huge belly cavity. And they taste good too. No small bones.
From £22.10
Two wild on the bone turbot steaks
Turbot on the bone steaks - wild
Also known as ’tronchons’, these steaks give you an ’on the bone’ experience second to none. Don’t be frightened... the turbot’s bones are large and easy to deal with - when properly cooked, the meat will simply slide off them. MIDRIFF...
From £21.90
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