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We're big fans of Tom Kerridge, newly crowned Chef of the Year 2013. Ever since he first appeared on Great British Menu with his recipe for Aylesbury duck with duck-fat chips and gravy, it was clear he was a chef after our own hearts – cooking big hearty food with the best British produce.
If you can't make to Tom's restaurant, The Hand & Flowers in Marlow (it's on our must-go restaurant hitlist), have a go at his slow-roast lamb, which he made last night on his new BBC2 series, Tom Kerridge's Proper Pub Food. Pop it in the oven, then let the aromas waft round the house for five hours while you get on with your day.
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Slow-roasted shoulder of lamb with boulangère potatoes
Pommes boulangère are named after the French term for a bakery. Once every village or town had a baker with big clay ovens. When the baker had finished baking his bread, he would turn the oven off and the residual heat in the oven would slowly cook this fantastic potato dish.
Serves 4-6 generously
Tom Kerridge's Proper Pub Food (Bloomsbury, £20) is out now.