Paul Coppin was born in south London and joined the family butchery firm of Coppin Bros in 1965 at the age of 15, joining a long line of 16 family members to work in this traditional butchers since its founding in the 1800’s. This latest book is, in part, meant to keep alive 110 years of information about meat handed down through the family trade.
Although having been in the same job for almost 50 years Paul has many other interests, He was a semi-professional American football referee for 12 years and loves to travel having visited over 60 countries to date.
Paul has had two other books published (on Sussex history) and although still working at Coppin Bros in London he now lives near Lewes with his wife Janice
A Butcher's Guide to Buying Meat
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The Butcher’s Guide To Buying Meat is a unique, ‘carry with you’ guide to which cuts of meat to buy for any particular meal. It tells you what to look for in every cut and suggests other suitable cuts. Laid out in easy to use sections such as beef, pork and lamb, every cut gets its own page, described in full with a photo and suggested methods of cooking.
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