SUN­DAY ROAST Try some­thing new with recipes from Tom Kerridge

BBC chef Tom Kerridge reinvents the clas­sic roast din­ner pho­tographs PETER CAS­SIDY

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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

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