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Beef Wellington: a dish made from a whole beef fillet baked in pastry. The meat is often pre-rubbed with brandy, then smothered in pate or wrapped in bacon, before the pastry is applied. Served cut into thick slices. The dish was named after the Duke of Wellington (1769-1852). See our Recipe Section
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