Farm House Wins Double Award

The Farm House is delighted to receive double awards at this year’s Sausage King Competition. Their Dutch pork sausage flavour won the Australian Pork Category and their Italian pork sausage won the Continental category.

The news article “Two award-winning snags” has full details on this story. It says: “When the Farm House entered the regional Sausage King Competition recently, they didn’t think they had ‘a hope in hell’. So general manager Matt Gilray and head butcher Brendon Andrew were gobsmacked when they received the call that they had won two prizes.” http://www.margaretrivermail.com.au/story/374186/two-award-winning-snags/

“So they are the best sausages in the South West in their categories,” Gilray said.

Made by hand, the Farm House‘s sausages are gluten free and produced from 100% whole meat without any preservatives or additives.

The Farm House is as famous for the flavours of its meats as it is for the high standards of animal farming. Their pigs and lambs are free ranging and kept with the respect and care that all animals deserve. The sheep belong to the ancient Wiltshire stock, preferred for their meat since the Roman period; and the pigs are as similar to wild pigs as you can get. Farm House delivers its Big Red Pork and Arkady Lamb to some of the best restaurants in the south west including Leeuwin Estate, MUST Margaret River, Voyager Estate and Cape Leeuwin Estate.

The award winning snags are now going to compete in the Perth Royal Show.

“While we’re shut, you can get these sausages at Blue Ginger (in Station Rd),” Gilray said.

The Farm House on Caves Road plans to reopen for the public by the end of October – so keep watching out for the opening date.

About the National Sausage King Competition:

The National Sausage King competition takes place annually and is usually open to the members of Australian Meat Industry Council only. The competition begins at a regional level in Western Australia, Tasmania, South Australia, Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales before proceeding to the state finals, followed by the national final.

The National Sausage King competition brings together butchers from different regions allowing them to demonstrate what they are best at. The participants are judged on the basis of visual appearance- uncooked and cooked, and palatability- flavour, aroma and texture.

The different levels of the National Sausage King competition provide more opportunities to place-getters, finalists and winners to advertise their business and boost their sales.

 

About Benji

I am married and live on a farm near Margaret River with my wife, daughter and son. I set up The Margaret River Guide to assist people coming to Margaret River Western Australia to easily find what they are looking for. I also wanted to allow people to find activities they did not know about and to be able to openly comment on/ review businesses.

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