Tender pork and a depth of flavours really bring this dish together.
Easy make ahead recipe to cook up on a quiet weekend, any leftovers will freeze well.
This traditional dry cured pork shoulder is made from just the coppa muscle of the whole shoulder.
This may be a favourite at Christmas as an alternative to turkey, but it tastes equally good all year round.
This fish pie is absolutely delicious and easy to make, perfect for a family feast or freezing for later.
This recipe creates a delicious meaty, sauce that everyone will love.
Lancashire hotpot is simple to cook, full of flavour and healthy.
Gammon Cooked in Scrumpy Cider with Waldorf Salad and Apple SyrupThis is a great combination to go alongside one of our small gammon joints, with the flavours complementing each other perfectly.For best results wash down with an extra can or 2 of your favourite cider.
Turkey sandwiches can get a little repetitive after boxing day so this twist on a cottage pie is a great way to use up the leftovers in one quick go that can even be frozen and saved for later.You need to get a little creative, review what leftovers you have and swap and change as you see fit. A mix of mince, turkey, stuffing and pigs in blankets works great if you haven't already finished them all.Any leftover veg can be mixed in to replace the listed ingredients and leftover mash will save having to make any more.
Put effort into caramelising the onions, plus use the best available beef broth to get the best out of this recipe.
A western take on a dish often found in Thailand, this will be enjoyed by all nationalities. Using a pre-cooked bbq chicken cuts the cooking time down and adds to the flavour.
Making your own cured meats at home is easier than you might think and worth the wait. A little space in your fridge and some dry aging bags are all you need for a delicious pancetta.