2 sumptuous pies with pork

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Long and slow or fast and fragrant? The winter pork pie stews long and slow, but it's definitely worth the wait. Prepare the pork Wellington if you want to serve a masterpiece in no time.

1. Winter pork pie

The secret to succulent pork is a low cooking temperature and patience while the dish bakes or stews slowly over a long period. This will also ensure that the meat stays tender and juicy. This pie is well worth the wait!

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2. Pork Wellington

This juicy pork fillet with spinach, apple, sweet onion marmalade and a layer of smoky ham all wrapped in puff pastry is a showstopper! Best served in generous slices with lashings of gravy, it's just the thing for Sunday lunch with family and friends.

Click here for the recipe.

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