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Cosgraves Butchers

Cosgraves Butchers

A family owned business since 1892.
Now with four Dublin locations.

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We need your help!Which design should we choose? Please let us know in the comments, BLACK or RED?Cosgraves Premium Ketchup. Made with more real sun ripened tomatoes and packed full of flavour. Thicker. Tastier. Better. #cosgravespremiumketchup#Cosgraves1892 See MoreSee Less
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Have you tried Cosgraves Stir Fry? Made fresh every day in shop and we make the sauce in house too.Come give it a try today!#Cosgraves1892@omniparkshopping @omniparkshoppingcentre @omniparkshoppingcentre1 @ashleafshoppingcentre ballybrack shopping centre@clarehallshoppingcentre #Ballybrack #Cheerywood #Killiney #IrishFitFam #FitFam #Santry #Ballymun #Clarehall #crumlin #kimmage #Walkinstown #darndale See MoreSee Less
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People of Ballybrack! Come check out our amazing range of meats, foods, sauces and seasonings.All served by our great team of lads.#dalkey #ballybrack #cherrywood #killineyhill #killiney #vicoroad #loughlinstown #Cabinteely #Glenageary #Cosgraves1892 See MoreSee Less
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Have you heard of this cut before? Our Brazillian customers love Picanha. It is regarded as the best cut of meat in Brazil for the BBQ. Loved for its tenderness & rich beefy flavour.With BBQ season approaching we hope to see all our Brazilian friends in to pick up their favourite cut.If you are Brazilian Please SHARE this with your friends and let them know we stock Picanha. THANK YOU 🙂 Cosgraves Prime PicanhaHow to cook Cosgraves Prime PicanhaThe traditional Brazilian way of cooking the Picanha—often at a churrascaria—is to skewer the meat into a horseshoe shape and cook it over an open fire. The Brazilians know what they are doing. The Picanha steak is best cooked over an open flame (charcoal or wood), but it can also be cooked with a gas grill, oven, or on the stoveThe Picanha cut does best with a simple seasoning blend of coarse sea salt and cracked black pepper. During the cooking process, the fat cap on the cut melts and crisps as you cook. When you thinly slice the meat against the grain, the meat will melt in your mouth.Pair the Picanha with an authentic, chimichurri sauce and glass of red wine.#Brazil#brazilianindublin#Brazilian#picanha#CosgravesPrime#Cosgraves1892#churrascariaFour #Dublin LocationsAshleaf Shopping Centre , CrumlinBallybrack Shopping Centre , South Co DublinClarehall Shopping Centre , Malahide RoadOmni Park Shopping Centre, Santry See MoreSee Less
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