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The Sunday Roast is the cornerstone of home cooking and a rib of beef is the ultimate delicious dish, especially when paired with Horseradish Yorkshire Puddings.
Carpaccio of roast beef makes a really stylish starter, especially if it’s garnished with shavings of black truffle – the ultimate foodie luxury.
A weekend wouldn’t feel like a proper weekend without a really good roast lunch, and roast beef is our absolute favourite.
The empanada resembles a pasty and probably started out in Spain but soon spread throughout Latin America and Asia. The piquant chimichurri sauce is a great accompaniment.
A simple variation on the beef burger, with mozzarella instead of Swiss cheese and a tomato, onion and coriander salsa as a fresher take on ketchup.
Great food doesn’t have to be complex, as these simple beef wraps show. They are really quick to make and perfect with a few beers at the start of the evening.
These are effectively very posh burgers. You take a rare beef fillet, add home-made relish and mustard mayonnaise, and sandwich it between two pieces of toasted ciabatta. Heaven!
You can dress up a beef Wellington with foie gras, cep mushrooms, or even truffles, but in my opinion, that beautiful fillet of beef should always be the star.
This simple salad is the perfect blend of sweet, sour, salty and bitter, and works with most seafood and meat, but is particularly good with steak.
Short ribs are going through a real renaissance, just like lamb shanks and pork cheeks have before them. They are a cheap cut full of fat and sinew but that disappears as you slowly cook them in red wine and stock.