• Sausages & Mash

    Enjoy sausages and mash, served with easy homemade onion gravy over sausages for the ultimate comfort food dinner.
  • Slow Cooker Pork Stew

    This pork stew takes a few hours to cook but the outcome is so good. Serve with rice, mash potatoes or simply with pasta of your choice.
  • Spaghetti Carbonara

    Spaghetti Pasta Carbonara includes pasta, eggs, cheese and bacon that come together to make that perfect Italian favourite recipe.
  • Egg on a Baked Potato

    You can call it breakfast, or dinner, just call it something and give it a try.
  • Chebureki – Lithuanian ÄŒeburekai

    Enjoy this national dish of Crimean Tatar cuisine. They very are popular as snack and street food throughout the Caucasus, Central Asia, Russia, Ukraine, Eastern Europe, as well as with the Crimean Tatar diasporas in Turkey and Romania.
  • Polish Gnocchi - Kopytka with Bacon & Mushrooms

    Kopytka is simple to make and incredibly comforting dish.
  • Antique Pork Dripping with Apple

    Isn't it funny that some of the best recipes are made with some of the weirdest ingredients? Who would have thought people would prefer pork fat over actual pork. It's something my grandmother used to make and then my mother (it's always used to be a jar in old fridge "Oka" for emergency fuel for a growing kids.. You can't get good pork dripping with bits in it so we'd make our own. It's a staple of most Polish restaurants and all the ones that serve traditional Polish food give you a portion of "lard with bits in it" with a few slices of rye bread with finely chopped raw onion sprinkled on top, and a fresh grind of black pepper. Nothing like common culinary history in Russian times eh? Apples in this recipe are optional… Pork drippings can be poured over boiled salt cod fish and potatoes. It can also be added to just about any dish that starts with sautéing ingredients in oil. You just start out by frying the pork fat first. Great taste!
  • Georgian Style Pork Shashlik with Cherry & Dill Sauce

    Enjoy simple but unforgettable combination of flavours, which are perfect for a summer barbecue.
  • Pork Chops with Apple & Mushroom Sauce

    Pork and apple are a classic combination so enjoy this dish with a creamy apple and mushroom sauce which keep the pork chops moist and tender. Serve with mashed potatoes and perhaps some green beans for a deliciously and simple supper.
  • Pea, Ham & Sour Cream Spirals

    No fuss pasta with a handful of common ingredients in just three easy steps – just cook the pasta and peas, stir it all together and eat!
  • Cheesy Bacon & Egg Cups

    Amazingly easy to make however you can have amazing snack or breakfast.
  • Potatoes with Chorizo & Rosemary

    Dear friends, this dish brings me in to unforgettable Alicante, eh... Simply serve with a green salad for a simple meal.
  • Egg-fried Rice with Smoked Bacon & Peas

    For the right texture, make sure your cooked rice is well chilled before frying.
  • Sausage & Black Bean Stir-Fry

    Very simple, not expensive but presentable and tasty meal.
  • Sausage & Lentil Casserole

    Simple recipe where bacon, mustard and fennel add a wonderful mix of flavour and depth.
  • Skillet Baked Ziti with Sausage

    Just brown some Italian sausage in your pan, add canned tomatoes to make a quick sauce then throw in the pasta to let it cook. I remember the first time I cooked pasta directly in the skillet I was sceptical, but I’ve done it a hundred times now and it always comes out great! The only trick is to stir it every so often to keep it from sticking to the pan. Less dishes, less work, and very, very tasty!
  • Roasted Potato Salad with Bacon & Honey Mustard Dressing

    There’s only a tiny amount of mayonnaise, and you won’t even taste it because the tangy mustard really is the star and adds a ton of flavour! Great with a sliced hard boiled egg on top.
  • Buckwheat and Brussel Sprouts Bacon Salad

    Fancy a salad with some bacon and baby Brussel sprouts? A fantastic combination. Here's how to make it.
  • Macedonian Bean Stew

    Begin the day before you plan to cook this dish by soaking the beans overnight in a bowl of water. Do not add salt to the water at this stage, or when cooking - since this will cause the outer shell of the beans to toughen and prolonging cooking time. Then, when you’re ready to go, get all of your ingredients ready and chopped. Take care to dice the peppers especially small, as you’ll want them to virtually disappear and melt into the sauce later on. The beans are best served with a side salad and lots of fresh crusty bread. You can also even experiment with leftovers, making a kind of bruschetta by layering them on top of the bread and adding a dollop of quality olive oil.
  • Pork Cider Stew

    This simple stew speaks out for its simplicity. Serve with a chunk of good quality bread, sit back and enjoy.
  • Sausage Casserole with Baked Beans

    Enjoy this easy sausage casserole which you can make from the most of store-cupboard ingredients, even including a tin of baked beans and a big dollop of English mustard. it's a hearty and warming dish that is sure all family will love.
  • Bacon, Egg & Leek Risotto

    Beautifully poached or sunnyside/over-easy egg turns almost any dish into a meal, whether you call that meal breakfast, lunch or dinner!
  • Ham, Egg & Chips with Piccalilli

    Enjoy this comfort food recipe of ham and egg, ideal for when you have some honey roast ham leftover.
  • Potato Pancakes with Ham & Scrambled Eggs

    Mashed potato adds wonderful texture to the batter, although for a full English breakfast , feel free to add sausages, black pudding, mushrooms or whatever you crave to this versatile dish.
  • Sausage Pasta Bake with Peppers

    Enjoy this colourful sausage and veg bake with vibrant peppers and cherry tomatoes. Anchovies are used just to add wonderful seasoning to the dish, and will melt into the overall bake as it cooks.
  • Roast Parsnips with Bacon, Olives, Sage & Sprout Leaves

    Fantastic vegetable with bacon dish, where sage, briny green olives, salty bacon and wilted sprout leaves brings perfect harmony with the sweet root vegetable.
  • Garlicky Pasta with Bacon & Pangrattato

    Simple quick and tasty pasta dish.
  • Egg Fried Rice with Bacon and Vegetables

    So we were sitting here this evening and thinking that we would like to make something other than our usual meals, something tasty but something on the healthier side. Healthier side means vegetables and some protein which means eggs. You know what this combination could mean? Egg fried rice of course. We enjoy egg fried rice when we order from a Chinese takeaway and it is something I always look forward to, so why not make something similar at home. Here is my attempt at egg fried rice with some veggies and bacon thrown in. You may ask, why bacon? Well bacon gives it a lovely kick, lovely saltiness that reaches the tip of your tongue. Of course, you can make it without bacon and make it a vegetarian option, but in my case, I like bacon, and let me tell you, it turned out just wonderful. Tasty to the max. Enjoy. This recipe serves two. You can adjust all the ingredients as you see fit. Make it custom, make it your own! For best and tastiest results use organic locally grown ingredients.
  • Bigos – Polish Style Stew

    This stew is traditional dish of Poland. It can be made with any kind of meat such as beef, pork, rabbit or venison but should always have spicy Polish sausage. Like most stews this tastes better left overnight and reheated the next day making it a great dish to prepare in advance for your evening meal after busy day.
  • Slow Roasted Lemon & Fennel Pork Shoulder with Roast Potatoes

    Simple and wonderful combination of flavours and textures. Tender meat, covered with crunchy crackling, same time baked potatoes in those lovely juices of fennel and garlic.
  • Pork Spare Ribs Pong

    Nice and tasty pork spare ribs, inspired by cooking classes taken while on holiday in Malacca.
  • Pork with Mushrooms-Tomato Sauce & Courgetti - Italian Style

    Simple but nice dish.
  • Baby Potato & Bacon Skewers

    These potato and bacon skewers are great if you're looking for something for the barbecue. The fat from the bacon melts over the potatoes as everything crisps and chars, creating a delightful flavour combination at the same time, that's livened up by a little lime juice.
  • Greek Style Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

    Only a few ingredients, a bit of work but well worth the effort.
  • Simple Pork Chop

    It is a very, very simple pork chop recipe for beginners.
  • Greek Style Pork Chops with Simple Salad

    Easy to make, quick and loaded with fresh ingredients which means lots of flavour.
  • Pork Chops with Apple Sauce & Rasins

    Pork and apples are always a winning combination. While the apples bake, they turn into a lovely sauce when they are cooked in the oven and the raisins get all plump and juicy. The pork chops itself are really juicy from being seared on the stove before baking them in the oven.
  • Slow Cooker Spanish Pork with White Wine

    White wine gives this slow pork roast a very nice flavour and you can season lightly or generously with the salt, pepper, and garlic to your personal taste. Serve this with cheesy mashed potatoes and mixed steamed vegetables for a delicious and filling dinner.
  • Old Fashioned Home Fries

    Great and simple potato and bacon dish from childhood memories.
  • Sticky Sweet Five-Spice Pork Ribs

    Covered with a tangy, garlicky hoisin glaze, these ribs are impressive without being burdensome: no grilling or marinating require in this recipe, just two hours in the oven followed by a quick broil. The cooking method is also pretty easy.
  • Greek Cabbage Rolls with Avgolemono Sauce

    If you running out of dinner ideas, don't look further. Tasty cabbage rolls will please anyone.
  • Pork Tenderloin with Mushroom Sauce

    Fantastic and quick dinner.
  • Ham, Pea & Mint Casserole

    The mint provides a very distinct flavour and the apple juice is a perfect compliment to the mint. Serve with crusty bread, topped with melted cheese and green vegetables.
  • Sausage Bake with Apples & Rosemary

    Turn your everyday sausages into something special with this apples and rosemary sausage bake. The apples and tomatoes break down during baking to create a tasty sauce to serve with the sausages. Simple dish too.
  • Porchetta

    Cook up this fantastic porchetta dish Italian way, Lovely pieces of meat are flavoured with fragrant fennel seeds, smoked garlic, lemon and wine which are the perfect pairings for the rich pork belly and loin.
  • Mustard Pork - Greek Style

    This pork dish pairs well with rice, potatoes and vegetables, and is simple to make. When selecting a cut of meat, be sure to avoid one that is too lean. Boneless loin (not to be confused with tenderloin) or pork shoulder works well in this recipe.
  • Pork Loin Sous Vide

    Pork loin meat piece can be tricky to cook as it is all too often dry and unappealing. But cooking it sous vide allows to cook for precise temperatures and time and to ensure even cooking and a perfect finish. The finished loin can then be quickly pan-seared for best result and extra flavour.
  • Chipolatas Wrapped in Streaky Bacon

    Simple but delicious pigs in blankets dish makes the perfect accompaniment to your special dinner or roast dinner. Make sure you use streaky bacon, not back bacon, as this will ensure that blankets will stay snugly on the pigs during roasting.
  • Rosemary Potatoes with Chorizo

    Simply serve these potatoes and chorizo with a green salad for a simple meal.Try these with sweet potatoes too, substituting the chorizo with bacon.
  • Pulled Pork Quesadillas with Avocado & Tomato Salsa

    Leftover pulled pork from last night’s dinner becomes the ultimate indulgent camping breakfast – cheesy quesadillas with a zingy tomato salsa and mashed avocado. The trick is having everything prepared and ready to go because once they hit the hot plate they are ready in minutes.