You’ve heard of slow-cooked, but how about slow-grown? Nick and Jacob of fourth generation, family-run farm Fosse Meadows rear chickens to maturity (81 days) because they know that growing them for longer delivers more flavour and better taste. It’s not a big secret. They’re just one of the few who are doing it right. Fed an ethically-sourced diet (with none of that processed malarkey), these chickens are free to roam around fields, not cages. It means the best flavour around.