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  • Filthy, Sexy Presents (Part 2)
    Filthy, Sexy Presents (Part 2)
  • Alternative Fuels (Part 2)
    Alternative Fuels (Part 2)
  • Are You A Lousy Kisser (Part 2)
    Are You A Lousy Kisser (Part 2)
  • Extra Action, Man
    Extra Action, Man


  • Tri Harder
    Tri Harder
  • Lean & Mean
    Lean & Mean
  • Feels Like The First Time
    Feels Like The First Time
  • Stay in the Friend Zone
    Stay in the Friend Zone
  • Look Before You Cook
    Look Before You Cook
  • Give Till It Heals
    Give Till It Heals
  • Unlock Your Weight Loss Potential

    Unlock Your Weight Loss Potential

    Forget the diet and sack the PT. Hidden about your body is an armoury of pound shredders that will help you lose weight faster and easier. We’ve located six of them, so you can unlock their secrets. Lock 4: Stomach Eat sweets to sear blubber Tiny cells in your stomach lining can affect your weight because they release the hormone ghrelin, which stimulates ...

  • Lamb's Brain

    Lamb’s Brain

    Crispy Fried Lamb's Brain with a Spicy Tomato SauceBy Nieves Barragán Mohacho, head chef at Barrafina. Mohacho’s dish is quick to cook and relatively low in saturated fat – great if you want to shed some weight. You’ll needFor the tomato sauce500ml tomato frito1 dessert spoon smoked paprika½ tbsp chilli powder For the olives40g black pitted Aragon olives25ml extra virgin olive oil25ml balsamic vinegar1 ...

  • Pig's Trotters

    Pig’s Trotters

    Pig’s Trotters Koffmann’s party pleasing dish may require some time to cook, but the trotters are packed with bone-strengthening calcium, which can also lower your risk of bowel cancer.   You’ll need 4 pig’s trotters 100g carrots, diced 100g onions, diced 75g dry breadcrumbs Dijon mustard Salt and pepper Olive oil     How to make it There’s only a small amount of meat, but the real flavour comes from the skin and the ...

  • Calf's Liver

    Calf’s Liver

    Calf's Liver with Roasted Pumpkin and Sage ButterBy Stephen Tonkin. This recipe is quick and easy to make, and the liver and pumpkin are both high in iron for optimal energy release. You’ll need4 slices calf’s liver, 90-100g each500g pumpkin, peeled and cut into chunks4 rashers baconFlourButter10-11 sage leavesA few sprigs of thyme2-3 garlic cloves  How to make itRoast the pumpkin ...

  • Pig Cheek

    Pig Cheek

    Braised Pig Cheek with Spring VegetablesBy Pierre Koffmann, head chef of Koffmann’s at The Berkeley. You’ll need8 pig’s cheeks, trimmed2-3tbsp oil1 leek, finely sliced2-3 sticks celery, chopped1 onion, chopped2 cloves garlic, chopped1 bay leaf2 sprigs thyme6-8 whole cloves1tbsp tomato purée2tbsp honey750ml chicken stock125ml white wine12 baby turnips, blanched until just tender150g baby carrots, blanched until just tender100g peas  How to make ...

  • Mutton Shank

    Mutton Shank

    Mutton Shank with White Wine, Olives and Anchovies By Keith Goddard, head chef of 101 Pimlico Road   You’ll need 5 mutton shanks ½ bottle of medium/sweet white wine 1 carrot, peeled and halved lengthways 1 onion, halved 10 anchovies (in oil) 150g marinated black olives 1 sprig rosemary Handful coriander   How to make it Start by heating your oven to 130°C. Season the shanks with salt and pepper and ...

  • Oxtail and Haggis

    Oxtail and Haggis

    King Cabbage Stuffed with Oxtail and HaggisBy Stephen Tonkin, executive chef at the Dean Street Townhouse You’ll need8 oxtail pieces, chopped100ml vegetable oil3l veal stock1l red wine4 haggis, steamed for 40min For the sauce250g fl our250g butter6 red onions, sliced30ml chardonnayVinegar For the mixture6 large white onions, finely chopped½ bunch sage1 bunch thyme½ bunch parsley2 bunches chives15g cayenne pepper10g white pepper, ground10g cloves, ...

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