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John Torode

As a beef expert with a passion for the subject, John Torode is widely known in the UK as the co-presenter of the BBC’s popular Master Chef program and for his restaurant, Smiths of Smithfield, in the heart of London’s famous meat market.

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    Veal Scaloppine with Egg & Parmesan

    I love this and cannot eat enough of it. Dipped in a light batter, the veal is substantial enough to be served alone, with just a little arugula salad alongside.

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    Rice Noodle & Beef Salad with Mint & Peanuts

    A real crowd-pleaser, this is an interesting salad because the dressing is used to rehydrate the vermicelli, making them soft and at the same time pumping loads of flavor into…

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    Carpaccio with Arugula, Lemon & Truffle Oil

    The great carpaccio is famously named after the Italian Renaissance painter Vittore Carpaccio, who loved to contrast red and white. Well, that's the story anyway. Many will argue that carpaccio…

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    Steak Tartare

    The great steak tartare can only be made with one cut of beef and that is the tenderloin. If anyone tells you anything different, they are WRONG! Also, the meat…

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    Aunty Mary’s Slow-Cooked Beef Potpie

    To make a great potpie, the meat has to be cooked long and slow. You want it to be moist and succulent, so only use beef that has plenty of…

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    Corned Beef

    For a classic St. Patrick's Day dinner, serve the corned beef with mashed potatoes and buttered cabbage. The thickness of your cut of beef will determine how long it needs…