Languages: English, German
Seller: Birchan Pty Ltd
App rewritten and relaunched to coincide with Ask the Butcher, airing from 26th March on Australia’s LifestyleFOOD channel.
The ultimate meat companion. Featuring all the tips and tools you need to cook meat like the pros, it's just like having a butcher in your pocket!
We'll guide you through the entire experience, from purchase to the plate. Browse cuts by animal, ultimate cooking style or let the butcher suggest the perfect cut for you. Next, find out what to look for when shopping and what to ask your butcher. Learn how to prepare your cuts perfectly and cook it like a pro with our unique meat timer. Any time you have a question, you can search our handy meat tips or have your question answered personally by the butcher.
If you’re having dinner for one or having a dinner party let the butcher suggest the quantities and types of meat for your occasion. If you’re looking to master the basics of great meat preparation or trying out an unusual cut of meat, the app has you covered. We’ll provide guidance through the whole process.
Features include: Cooking timer based on meat and weights selected, help you with tips and questions for your butcher, preparation suggestions and cut information straight from the butcher’s mouth. Each cut is accompanied by a butcher’s recipe and internal temperatures for each level of doneness.
Who is the Butcher?
The master butcher behind Ask the Butcher is Anthony Puharich, owner of Vic’s Premium Quality Meat, which has been supplying quality meat to Australia’s finest restaurants for over 15 years, and serving up specialty meat at the prestigious Victor Churchill butchery, the “Bulgari of butcheries”.
Anthony shares his in-depth knowledge and expert advice, so you too can bring out the very best that meat can offer.
Anthony is also staring in a new TV show, Ask the Butcher, airing from 26th March 2013 on Australia’s LifeStyle FOOD channel.
NB: This is a NEW app from Ask the Butcher, offering new functionality such as 'Suggest a cut', 'At the butchers' and 'Prepare it perfectly'. The new timer prompts you to turn your meat and most importantly advises on how long to rest your meat.
Really nice way of organizing this info. It will certainly help at the farmers market when the meat sales guy (who just sells it but knows little about it) offers you the wrong cut for what you were planning on making.
I like the idea, but Meat 101 has more information and US names for cuts.
If you use the Australian names for meat it's good app. There's a lot of potential here. Otherwise, it's just a nice marketing tool for Vic's meat and not a straight up app. Do not recommend unless you live in Australia.