Pork Chops with Mustard

Cotelettes de Pore a la Moutarde: a quick and easy way to make simple pork chops special. Good with Saute Potates.

Barbecued Spareribs

There’s nothing nicer to chew on than a succulent sparerib coated in deliciously sticky sauce. You only get one or two mouthfuls per rib, so buy plenty. It’s worth asking…

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Ham and Pineapple Top Knot

Ham and pineapple are always a favourite combination, and here they make a satisfying snack. The base is a toasted crumpet which soaks up the deliciously gooey topping of Cheddar,…

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Braised Pork #2

It may seem odd to cook pork in milk but in fact the richness of the milk, coupled with long, slow cooking, produces mouth’Wateringly tender results. Loin is a particularly…

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Huntingdon Fidget Pie

A lovely old-fashioned recipe – no one knows how it got its peculiar name. Bacon, onions and apples are the traditional filling and the pie was originally made round harvest…

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Pork in Plum Sauce

There are many varieties of plum and one type or another should be available from late July through to October. Monarch, a large, black cooking plum, in season from mid-September,…

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Pork Steaks with Peppers

A quick and easy dish with a piquant sauce that makes itself. Sweet peppers are grown under glass on a small scale in Britain and these are available from May…

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Sausage and Bean Stew

A favourite with children, and a warming dish for a winter day. Cider is used for extra flavour, and for a hint of spiciness, add 1 tbsp chilli seasoning. Substitute…

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Likky Pie

This feast-day dish, more grammatically known as Leek Pie, has a delicate subtle flavour.

Pot Roast of Pork and Red Cabbage

Pork shoulder is an economical cut that is good for pot roasting. Cabbage and apple are traditional accompaniments to pork. Here they are cooked with the meat and take on…

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Somerset Honeyed Pork Stew

Pork lends itself to sweet sauces with a touch of tartness which counteract the rich flavour of the meat. Pork and honey go particularly well together. Try to buy Somerset…

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Sausage and Spinach Flan

This flan, with its wholemeal pastry case, is good served warm with vegetables or cold with a salad. It makes hearty picnic food and can be baked the day before…

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Lentil and Toulouse Sausage Casserole

This casserole, Lentilles-Saucisses a 1’Ancienne, is another old favourite: easy to make, completely stress-free and very versatile. It’s great with country bread and strong red wine if you want a…

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