This is a refreshing salad that can be served as a light lunch or summer main course and is a good way to use up any leftover roast beef.
Kofta’s are Middle Eastern cuisine; the name refers to spicy minced meat grilled on a skewer. They are great served with minted yoghurt and crisp green salad in a pita pocket.
The Perfect Match: Wines for red meat
This barbeque recipe uses indirect heat to cook the meat slowly. The red wine and apple syrup spray gives the meat a lovely tart yet sweet outer crust which contrasts well with the succulent meat when sliced.
The AngusPure guide to cooking great steak
Sam Horrocks - Hunterville
Over the past 15 years, people have become convinced of the superiority of the AngusPure brand.
A Cut Above, cooking with AngusPure has won at the Gourmand World Cookbook awards 2015.
The book has been judged the world's best meat cookbook for 2015.
Carpaccio is the name of an Italian dish, made with either raw meat or fish which has been sliced or pounded very thinly and served drizzled with olive oil and parmesan shavings. This recipe differs from the traditional one as it uses shitake powder.