As you'd expect, Delia has plenty of lovely roast recipes up her sleeve, allowing you to put together a classic Sunday roast lunch or dinner for family and friends. Take a look at the How to Cook section of the site too, wherre you'll find advice on making the perfect gravy, roast potatoes and classic sauces.
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.
Make sure you source the best possible beef you can for this recipe - it will make all the difference. What could be more enjoyable for a Sunday lunch gathering?
Plenty of autumnal or wintry flavour here, as juniper, red cabbage, partridge and garlic meld into one simply brilliant pot roast. Add jacket potatoes or mash!
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.
Guinea fowl is packed with flavour - and this makes a great alternative to the more usual coq au vin, a French classic.
Until Victorian times, goose was the bird of choice on the Christmas table in Britain, but it was then eclipsed by turkey. Why not revive a tradition with this wonderful recipe?
There are some luxuries in the kitchen that really do help to perk up certain dishes, and one of these is a bottle of Calvados because it seems to have within it all the concentrated aroma and flavour of an apple loft. This recipe can be doubled
Since starting the How to Cook series I have at last hit on the very best way to get really crisp roast duck. If you've got a Gressingham duck then you'll have lots to eat as well as a really superb flavour.
This is the perfect accompaniment to Classic Roast Pork with Crackling, as the acidity of the apples offsets the richness of the pork perfectly.
A wonderful centrepiece for Christmas, you can use a bacon joint or gammon for this recipe - packed with flavour and the best crackling ever!
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