Pig cheeks are a tender and flavoursome cut of meat that is not widely used in the UK. It is very popular in Italy and Spain, and most people try it for the first time when they are abroad. However, once you have eaten these unctuous little nuggets of deliciousness, you will want to… Read more »
Swedish Meatballs have been made famous all over the world, by a well known Scandinavian furniture company. These meat balls are delicious, beautifully complemented by the tangy and creamy sauce. You won’t be able to stop eating them! Serves 4
These bruschetta are really good. The mixture of the prawn and chorizo, backed up by the sweet warmth of the chilli sauce, gives a taste sensation that just explodes in your mouth. This recipe makes four bruschetta, just enough for one hungry person. To make more, just increase the quantities.
Almost everyone loves a great lasagne. This recipe from Guest Chef Brenda Clough, is especially tasty, and offers a quick ‘cheats’ béchamel sauce, as well as the traditional way of making it, both with the addition of some parmesan cheese for extra flavour.
Char Siu Style Barbeque Pork Steaks are a terrific barbeque dish. Pork shoulder steaks barbeque well and are more juicy and tender than leg steaks when barbequed. Instant Pickle goes great with this dish. Serves 4.
Belly Pork is wonderful when it is cooked to perfection with crispy, crunchy, crackling on the top. For this dish we managed to get hold of some local Gloucester Old Spot, an old rare breed pork. The older breeds of pork have a thicker layer of fat than the modern breeds. They also take… Read more »
This is a lighter version of the traditional cassoulet which contains bigger sausages and usually duck, goose, or chicken. Although it is lighter it still packs bags of flavour and is just as satisfying. Serve it as a light lunch with crusty bread bread or as a side for confit duck or… Read more »
Intellectual men who quickly wolf down whatever nourishment is necessary for their bodies with a kind of disdain, may be very rational and have a noble intelligence, but they are not men of taste. Sainte-Beuve
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