SUNDAY ROAST Try something new with recipes from Tom Kerridge
BBC chef Tom Kerridge reinvents the classic roast dinner photographs PETER CASSIDY
ASunday roast is a British mealtime institution, it’s often the one time of the week we gather with friends and family to sit down and eat together. The concept might be traditional, but that doesn’t mean the meal itself needs to be. By trying new meats, seasonings or cooking everything together in the same pan, you keep things interesting for both the cook and the diners. So, when you next go to cook a roast, don’t go into a kitchen autopilot – use it as an opportunity to cook something new and hopefully it will end up becoming another one of your Sunday favourites.
Malt glazed roast pork and crackling, p108
Good Food contributing editor Tom Kerridge is a regular BBC presenter and chef-owner of The Hand & Flowers and The Coach – both in Marlow, Buckinghamshire. His latest book, Tom Kerridge’s Dopamine Diet (£20, Absolute Press), is out now. @Cheftomkerridge