Contrary to popular belief, pork is actually one of the leanest meats you can buy and it's endlessly versatile too, from chops to casseroles, kebabs to pates, not forgetting sausages...
Delia describes this as her best ever pork chops recipe...and it's easy to see why. The combination of wild mushrooms, creme fraiche and thyme is simply superb!
A hearty soup drawn from the rustic traditions of French cooking: vary the vegetables according to season and whatever you have to hand. All you need to serve it is plenty of crusty bread.
Serve the pasta on really hot deep plates with some extra grated Pecorino Romano
A no-fuss way to cook and serve roast pork, stuffed with vibrant fresh herbs for a pairing made in paradise.
Pork and milk may sound like an unusual combination of ingredients, but in fact the two have a very long association. Try this Italian classic and you'll soon understand why!
Quick and easy, once you've marinated the pork there's very little work to do, making this recipe ideal for busy days.
Just add toast, pickles or chutney for a real taste of France, ideal for those who don't like liver.
Try to start this recipe the day before: it's a triumph of classic Greek cooking and one of the best ways of cooking pork, with wine and spices.
The addition of gherkins to the sauce adds crunch and a certain piquancy to this recipe, cutting through the richness of the gammon. A very impressive supper dish and special enough for entertaining.
Delia first ate this appetising pork dish near her home in Suffolk, using local cider. It's passed the test of time and is every bit as good now as it was then.
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