Kick off your Christmas feast with a bang! For the ultimate feasting inspiration, we’ve teamed up with the UK’s top chefs, Tom Cenci (26 Grains), John Chantarasak (AngloThai)Ā and Anna Haugh (Myrtle) to bring you three fantastic recipes to enjoy with your loved ones this festive season šŸŽ„

Each of our chefs have pulled on their varied culinary backgrounds to create their own unique take on a Christmas feast with grass-fed Irish beef providing the perfect centrepiece. So read on, get cooking, and enjoy a show-stopping feast this year.

Get inspired this festive period with these stunning recipes

Tom Cenci's grass-fed Irish bavette with 'nduja sproutsĀ 

With sustainable cooking at the forefront of all his recipes, Tom switches things up this Christmas and celebrates the more unsung cuts of beef from nose to tail, recommending the grass-fed bavette. Rich in flavour without breaking the bank, it's a perfect cut whether you're cooking for two or a few.Ā 

John Chantarasak's massaman roasted grass-fed Irish rib-eye with beef fat curry potatoes and shaved brussel sproutsĀ 

Known for marrying traditional Thai recipes and flavours with seasonal local ingredients, give your grass-fed steak a little oomph this Christmas and experiment with different flavours and combinations with John's very own AngloThai style take on a Christmas feast.


Anna Haugh's beef wellington using grass-fed Irish chateaubriand wrapped in braised beef boxty pancakeĀ 

Nothing beats cutting into a crispy, golden puff pastry with a delicious grass-fed chateaubriand inside! Challenge yourself and try Dublin-born chef Anna's grass-fed beef wellington for the ultimate indulgence on Christmas Day.