1. Ultimate Comfort Foods - #2 Richard H. Turner's Ox Cheek & IPA curry

    Ultimate Comfort Foods - #2 Richard H. Turner's Ox Cheek & IPA curry

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    It’s said that India Pale Ales were brewed to withstand the rigours of being transported from England to India in the wooden-hulled ships of the time. This ox cheek curry makes fine use of IPA and shows off its character. METHOD Preheat the oven to 140°C (275°F), Gas Mark 1 In a large casserole, brown the ox cheeks in...
  2. Take it slow this Christmas: With a Herb Fed Turkey

    Take it slow this Christmas: With a Herb Fed Turkey

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    Christmas is just around the corner, folks. And of course, depending on your point of view, this sort of statement will either fill you with joy; or leave you grimacing at the screen. Because OK, there are still 48 days to go and perhaps for some people, it is still a little too early to start considering tinsel, mince pies and...
  3. Meet The T&G Sausages

    Meet The T&G Sausages

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    Unless you've been hiding under a rock, you will know that National Sausage Week is here. Which is a very important time of year for us at Turner & George, as you can imagine. Because as a butcher, we can sell all manner of wonderful joints and cuts, in the form of hulking ribeye and beautiful aged steaks. We can bring handsome looking birds...
  4. Ultimate Comfort Foods - #1 Toad in the Hole

    Ultimate Comfort Foods - #1 Toad in the Hole

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    'Old school' cooking is an overused phrase and given the connotations that come with it, with all those memories of drafty canteens, congealed beans, grey mash and pink tubes of unknown origin, it is perhaps something to be avoided. But when it comes to Toad in the Hole, we like to think that this nostalgic comfort food can always be cast in...
  5. Richard H. Turner's Braised Shin of Beef with Macaroni

    Richard H. Turner's Braised Shin of Beef with Macaroni

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    Now that the season is changing, with leaves falling and days getting shorter, we often begin to think more about slow cooking. Which of course is a majestic and simple way to eat. Easy, efficient and delicious.  Wonderful. However, out of all the braising cuts available, shin of beef is perhaps one of the more underrated cuts out there. For warming stews...
  6. Wine & Meat Tasting with Turner & George

    Wine & Meat Tasting with Turner & George

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    Next Thursday, on 12th October, Turner & George will be kicking off a brand-new collaboration at our butcher’s shop, with our next-door neighbours, Made In Little France; who are an independent outlet, specialising in importing fine wines from across the channel. Not forgetting to mention numerous varieties of Gallic beer, spirits and bottles of champagne. To signal the start of...
  7. Richard H Turner's Sausage Stuffed Onions

    Richard H Turner's Sausage Stuffed Onions

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    A rustic Italian vegetable dish stuffed with a large portion of pork sausage meat, as all vegetables should be. Serve these with any pork roast instead of stuffing on the side. The sauce makes an excellent gravy. METHOD Preheat the oven to 180°C/gas mark 4. Peel the onions, taking off the outside dark skins, plus one layer of soft...
  8. Revealed: The Art Of Creating The Great British Sunday Roast

    Revealed: The Art Of Creating The Great British Sunday Roast

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    When it comes to the fine tradition that is the Great British Sunday Roast, everyone has their own idea of how things should be done. Their own sure-fire methods, best codes of practise and of course, their very own flights of fancy. Habits that may well have been passed down from generation to generation. The majority of us for instance...
  9. Goatober is Go: Interview with James Whetlor

    Goatober is Go: Interview with James Whetlor

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    In its second year, Goatober will be soon upon us, providing yet another perfect excuse for feasting throughout the cold month of October. Not that we ever need an excuse. For the uninitiated, Goatober is the UK’s month-long celebration of the dairy billy goat meat industry and was brought into life by none other than ethical meat champion, James...
  10. Meatopia Top Five

    Meatopia Top Five

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    Choosing a personal top five is fraught business at the best of times. Headache inducing in fact and whenever anyone asks me to fulfill that brief, it really can be quite agonising. Sometimes, the only route is to simply lock yourself into a room, pull the curtains shut and to get your head down; hoping to emerge with your marbles...
  11. Turner & George BBQ Stars

    Turner & George BBQ Stars

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    Now that autumn is slowly creeping in, a lot of people out there will take this as a signal to quietly cover their barbecues up and consign to their grills and smokers to the shed, or garage, for a well-earned rest. However, there are also plenty of folk who will have other ideas and will crack on straight through. Come...
  12. Jill's Seven Hour Leg of Lamb

    Jill's Seven Hour Leg of Lamb

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    The best things in life are often the simplest and this recipe for slow cooking a hunk of lamb is a perfect, fuss-free approach. A dish that can be left well alone in the oven, whilst you go out for a long walk (perhaps down to the pub) and when you return, the smells flooding throughout your house will no-doubt...