Fill a large pan with water, add a tiny pinch of salt and bring to the boil over a high heat. Meanwhile, on a chopping board, cut the florets from the broccoli, then cut or break them into bite-sized pieces. Trim and cut the stalk in half, then finely slice it. Once boiling, use a slotted spoon to carefully lower the broccoli into the water. Cook for 3 to 4 minutes, or until tender – you should be able to poke the tip of a knife easily into the florets. Drain over the sink into a colander, then leave to steam dry for a minute. Tip back into the pan, then sprinkle with a tiny pinch of salt and pepper. Add the butter and toss to coat, then tip into a serving bowl and serve.Tip: There are many ways to cook broccoli, but if you want to get the most out of it nutritionally, it’s best to boil or steam it for just a few minutes, keeping it green and slightly crunchy.
Undercliffe Cemetery is grade II* listed by English Heritage in their Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England.
In the early 1800s Bradford's textile industry underwent rapid growth and with it Bradford's population, consequently there was pressure on housing then on burial ground space and this eventually became a health hazard.