Ready for a challenge? This celebration of pork is quite an endurance test, featuring several slow-cooked components. On the plus side, this pork belly recipe by Bryan Webb uses some cost-effective cuts of meat: pigs' trotters, pigs' cheeks, pork belly and pork tenderloin. The pork belly is dramatically layered with black pudding and should be started at least two days in advance as it cooks at a low temperature for 10 hours, then needs to set and press overnight. This pork recipe will make more than you need for the elegant plates pictured above but the work involved means it’s not worth making less - savour the leftovers.