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The Delia Collection: Pork

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From ham, sausages, and bacon to fillet and tenderloin, almost every part of the pig can be consumed, making it one of the most versatile foods in our diet. So, as part of The Delia Collection, Delia Smith brings us her sixth book, Pork. Here she has chosen her best and most popular recipes - updating old favourites and adding some that are completely new. These are books ...more
Hardcover, 144 pages
Published March 1st 2004 by BBC Books
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Delia Smith CBE is an English cook and television presenter, known for teaching basic cookery skills in a no-nonsense style. She is the UK's best-selling cookery author, with more than 21 million copies sold.

Smith is also famous for her role as joint majority shareholder at Norwich City F.C. Her partner in the shareholding is her husband, Michael Wynn-Jones. Her role at the club has attracted vary
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