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Delicious food for an English Winter – highly recommended by Anthony J Sargeant

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Here a quarter of a steak and kidney pudding is served on a Royal Copenhagen dinner plate with Sweetheart Cabbage and mashed potato. Anthony Sargeant thinks this is one of the most perfect meals for a cold winter’s day in England. Using cheap cuts of beef (shin or skirt) and ox kidney plus mushrooms and onions the long cooking time in the suet pastry (5 or 6 hours steaming) ensures everything melts down to delicious filling in the suet crust.

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Ratatouille with baby octopus and squid

A luscious supper prepared by Anthony Sargeant.

ratatouille with baby octopus and squid

Tony made this mixture of vegetables and squid with baby octopus for supper – unctuous base with highlights of vegetables and fishy tastes.

Boned thicken thighs stuffed with wild garlic butter on bed of sweetheart cabbage

boned thicken thighs stuffed with wild garlic butter on bed of sweetheart cabbage

Simple, inexpensive and delicious. Anthony Sargeant cooked this for supper – no need for masses of ‘chefy’ accompanying bits and pieces – keep it simple at home and enjoy.

Lunch is served

lunch of baby squid pieces on green salad with wild garlic pesto black olive tapenade, greenolive tapenade and spicy pepper luteniza on toast

Lunch prepared by Anthony Sargeant on 16th April 2017. Squid pieces on green salad with homemade wild garlic pesto, black olive tapenade, greenolive tapenade and spicy pepper luteniza on toast quarters. The wild garlic for the pesto gathered by Tony from the quiet wooded lanes around his Shropshire home

Cold mutton for supper

A half a shoulder of mutton (blade half) was covered in baking paper and foil and slow cooked in a low oven at 100 degrees Celsius for 18 hours by Anthony Sargeant. The result it that the meat is still pink but beautifully tender and has that deeper flavour of good mutton compared with younger […]

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