Raymond Blanc

My Life in Food: Raymond Blanc

'I never learnt to cook. but in two years my place had two Michelin stars'

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Serve Mark's beef ribs with a salad, coleslaw and maybe some potato wedges cooked in the oven

Beef ribs

Serves 4-6

Pork knuckles cooked in cider with Tewkesbury mustard
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Korean braised ribs recipe

Korean cooking consists of a large number of braised dishes that require considerable culinary skill. Galbijjim is one such dish. In recent years it has grown in popularity among international diners who appreciate the fine taste and, indeed, the health advantages of the dish (the fat on the short ribs is removed before braising)

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Carpaccio with white radish and Berkswell cheese

Carpaccio with white radish and Berkswell cheese

Makes about 20 or more canapés/snacks

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