"Finest sheep’s trotters"

Sheep’s trotters, once common, are now harder to find as butcher’s shops tend to get their meat delivered rather than killing the animals themselves. The best places to find them are Halal or Kosher butcher’s shops, where sheep are still killed according to particular rules. Before eating, the sheep’s trotters have to be skinned, cleaned and boiled. They are still commonly used in some African, Middle Eastern and Indian dishes, such as nahari, a curry of sheep’s trotters.