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Jason Atherton, former executive chef of Gordon Ramsay's Maze Grill, shares his secrets on how to cook the perfect sirloin steak to make it into a magnificent meal.
Looking for some inexpensive recipes from around the globe? Look no further; from biryani to meatballs to beef steak chilli, we can help you find a quick beef recipe.
We love cooking with lamb for a roast, barbecue or in a curry. Try some of our favourite lamb recipes.
Whether you like it slow roasted or stuffed in a sausage, pork is one mighty popular meat. Try one of these delicious pork recipes.
Venison has a flavour reminiscent of beef, but is richer and can have a gamey note. Venison tends to have a finer texture and is leaner than comparable cuts of beef.
From kebabs to cutlets to a butterflied steak on the barbecue.
Tips on how to roast a lamb of mouthwatering succulence.
Slow cook lamb for simple hearty dishes that will delight diners.
Transform a quick-cooking cut of pork, lamb or beef into a tasty supper by using these ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ methods of flavouring meat.
The flavour of pork benefits from slow roasting, espeically in stews or casseroles that prevent the meat from drying out.
Roast pork is possibly the most divine meat known to man, and when it comes with crackling it's positively sublime...
Vegetarians beware – this info is for steak lovers only...
Slow cooking is becoming more popular because the method is a convenient way of cooking cheap cuts of meat to create dishes that offer superb depth of flavour.
Here's our simple tips to help you get the most out of roasting beef.
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Salted caramel and banana trifle with toffee walnuts
Boozy inside-out trifle cake
Apples stuffed with chestnut and sage
Sugar puff trees
Baked sherry onions with nutty sourdough stuffing
Whole roasted cauliflower with cheddar and spring onion sauce
Mushroom and époisses pithiviers
Chocolate chestnut roulade
Sage and pancetta-stuffed roast chicken
Chicken liver and Madeira parfait
Goat’s cheese and piquillo pepper croquettes
Sausage and sage palmiers
Balsamic onion and goat’s cheese bites
Slow-roast pork belly with quince
Bitter orange and ginger gammon
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Pork and prawn wonton soup
Potato, leek and Stilton soup
Pea, lettuce and tarragon soup
Spicy grilled mackerel with fennel coleslaw
Moroccan vegetables and chickpeas
Warm spinach, shallot and baby beetroot salad
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