Tying roast beef give some cuts a uniform shape for more even cooking – plus it's handy for holding in delicious stuffing! Ask your butcher to tie your beef, or watch our no-fail video guide.

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Butcher's Tip

Beef cuts that benefit most from tying

  • Eye fillet/tenderloin 
  • Rib eye/scotch fillet
  • Standing rib roast