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Every year, foodie fans are blessed with a raft of new cookbooks – so many, in fact, that it can be hard to work out which to add to your shopping list. Never fear, we’ve done the hard work and listed six of the year’s finest

Low And Slow: How To Cook Meat

By Neil Rankin


When London superstar chef Rankin admits he is “quite geeky when it comes to science and meat”, he’s not joking. This book requires you to plough through 25 pages of step-by-step meat cooking theory before you’re allowed anywhere near that sirloin. But it’s worth it, as you’ll be left with a solid foundation in the art of frying, braising, roasting and barbecuing all manner of beasts, and a plethora of great recipes to test your newfound skills out on, too.

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