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Roast pork belly with Alsacienne cabbage

Serves 4

Stuffed Savoy cabbage with lentils

Serves 4

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.

Braised belly pork with quince

Ingredients to serve 4

Pork belly with radicchio and hazelnut

Serves 4

Kale, pork and bean one-pot

4 tablespoons groundnut oil
500g lean boneless pork, cut into bite-sized pieces
2 white onions 2, thinly sliced
1 teaspoon cumin seeds, crushed
half a teaspoon dried oregano
1 litre chicken stock, preferably home-made
2 large garlic cloves, thinly sliced
1-3 green chillies, deseeded and finely chopped
3 tomatoes, peeled and chopped
350g cooked borlotti beans or butter beans
half a teaspoon of salt
half a teaspoon of black peppercorns, crushed
150g kale, trimmed and shredded
coriander leaves, trimmed and chopped to make five tablespoons
juice of 1 lime

Husband was 'killed on wife's orders to settle debts'

A debt-ridden woman and her son masterminded the contract killing of her husband in a calculated move motivated by a "combination of greed and loathing", a court heard yesterday.

Cured pork cheek on toasted sourdough

Serves 6-8

Daily slots for Gabby Logan and Richard Bacon in BBC Radio 5 Live shake-up

TV sports host Gabby Logan is to host a new daily afternoon show in a shake-up for BBC Radio 5 Live, it was announced today.

Slow-cooked shoulder of pork with sage

Serves 6

Bites: Punters take a chance and eating al fresco

Is it tempting fate to sit outdoors at a restaurant? Given last week's combination of blazing sun followed five minutes later by torrential rain, it might be unwise. But ever since the terrace at London's Scott's became the place to be seen, punters are taking a chance and eating al fresco.

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