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The weather outside is frightful!!! Why not make a warming steak & ale pie? FOR THE FILLING 1 kg/2lb 4oz braising steak, cut into matchbox-sized pieces 3 tbsp plain flour 3 tbsp olive oil 300ml/½ pint brown ale 2 garlic cloves, roughly chopped 2 onions, roughly chopped 250g/9oz carrots, roughly chopped 2 sticks celery,...

A fabulous gift experience for those who would like a hands-on lesson in meat and traditional butchery skills. This is an opportunity for you to try your hand at light butchery and learn more about where your meat comes from, pick up a new skill...

Ingredients    1 tsp olive oil 25g butter 4 chicken legs 1 onion chopped 2 garlic cloves, crushed 200g  button or chestnut mushrooms 225ml red wine 2 tbsp tomato purée 2 thyme sprigs or a tablespoon of dried thyme 500ml chicken stock Method   Heat 1 tsp olive oil and half of the 25g butter in a large lidded...

1. QUALITY When you buy your meat from a reputable butcher, the meat is of much higher quality. For example butcher’s sausages generally have a higher meat content as well as being available in a much wider variety of flavours than a supermarket. Cheaper chicken breasts...