Grilled steaks

Serves 6

Beef shin and horseradish soup

Serves 4-6

Trealy Farm cured beef with sweet and sour celery

Serves 8

Lady Gaga's meat dress is preserved for ever – as beef jerky

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Mike Ward: Shabby behaviour at the Oval - as I ponder pinching Bumble’s pork steak

I am such a fool. On reflection, what I should have done was reach across, grab it, snaffle it out in my trouser pocket and take it home to flog on eBay. David "Bumble" Lloyd’s pork steak, I mean. It’s not as if he wanted it.

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Asparagus, Jerusalem artichoke and beef salad

Serves 4

Andrew Buncombe: What's the beef in India? Breaking the law deliciously

I like to think of myself as someone respectful of the beliefs of others, especially when it comes to religion and food.

Love life flagging? Then try pork, like the president

They won't be swapping their bottles of Chimichurri for jars of mustard and apple sauce quite yet, and they can still wash dinner down with a nice Malbec, but the people of Argentina are being asked to experiment with a new addition to the national diet: pork.

Dave Hadfield: Cold steak pies, Irn Bru and a dreadful Super League launch

The RFL chose to launch the Super League season in the capital.

Rose veal tartare

Serves 4

Steve Connor: When ministers have a beef with scientists

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Beef flank, potato and cabbage broth

Serves 4-6
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