Description: Frederick Frohwein fled the Gestapo in Germany and escaped to the UK. Coming from a long line of butchers, he opened F. Frohwein’s in 1936 and his family are still trading today in Temple Fortune, North West London. This Chicken Pastrami is a good example of the family tradition artistry. It is beautifully seasoned with a slight smokey flavour. It’s always a joy to eat finely crafted foods like this that sets it apart from the rest. Long live Frohwein’s!
Tips: We love this as an appetiser with a drop of vinaigrette. Also delicious addition to green salads.