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Guest Chefs with L'amour Catering

Simon's invited cattle farmer Rob Lennon in to talk about grass fed Wagyu - and you can't learn about Wagyu beef without finding out the perfect way to cook it can you Justin? Anthony reckons this is the best time of the year for meat.

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It's all about slow cooking in winter. Look out for Broccoli, Broccoli shoots, rappa, ruby chard. Print page Email this Permalink.

Five Minutes With…Justin North!

This week's list from the Provedores. Seafood with - Daniel Vautin Daniel says it's a bit, hit and miss with the wild fish due to the weather. Farmed Fish seems to be the way to go. Daniel's pick of the week is the Southern blue fin Tuna.