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Norfolk butcher brings home the bacon

PUBLISHED: 06:37 25 March 2010 | UPDATED: 09:05 02 July 2010

Anton Du Beke with Andrew Edmonds of Bradwell Butchers

Anton Du Beke with Andrew Edmonds of Bradwell Butchers

Anthony Carroll

A Norfolk butcher has bought home the bacon after winning a top award for the quality of its tasty rashers.

A Norfolk butcher has bought home the bacon after winning a top award for the quality of its tasty rashers.

The Bradwell Butchery in Bradwell, near Great Yarmouth, has won the prize of best new flavour for its organic beer and black treacle cured bacon.

The Bring Home the Bacon award was handed out during the start of Bacon Connoisseur's Week on Monday which saw Strictly Come Dancing star Anton Du Beke tasting a wide selection of bacon from across the country.

Andrew Edmonds, owner of Bradwell Butchery, said: “It is an honour to represent Yarmouth in this national competition and win this prestigious award.

“It shows the rest of the country the quality of bacon we produce.”

Mr Du Beke said: “Bradwell Butchery's bacon really stood out as something special. The mixture of beer and black treacle makes it a product that deserves recognition by all bacon connoisseurs.”


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