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 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.
Meaty and juicy, belly pork strips lend themselves beautifully to cooking in a gutsy barbecue sauce.
Having an impromptu Sunday lunch gathering and not much time to cook? The recipe fits the bill perfectly, with rosemary and caramelised apples complementing the roast pork.
Although this is described as a casserole, it actually cooks in no time at all, producing a depth of flavour that's quite irresistible.
Here, Delia lifts the humble pork chop into the realms of the sublime with a wonderfully easy Apple & Rosemary Confit - the apple sauce of the 21st century, maybe!
Good news for those who prefer not to eat veal: although this Italian classic should be made with veal, Delia has found that it works just as well with pork escalopes. Enjoy!
For Delia, this superb casserole heralds the start of winter eating...and it's a great one for entertaining as it needs no attention as it cooks. Like many casseroles, it's even better if you can make it the day before.
Meatballs are popular with just about everyone, especially when they're as light and flavourful as these! Serve them with noodles for Eastern European authenticity.
Delia loves braised sausages - and this glorious recipe reveals why: succulent pork complemented with apples and juniper create a brilliant winter warmer. Comfort food at its best.
This gorgeous stuffing recipe is proof that some of the old ones are the best! If you don't like peeling chestnuts, look out for vacuum-packed ones for speed and ease.
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