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LINGUINE WITH LEMON, GARLIC AND THYME MUSHROOMS

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This is one of my proudest creations and, I suppose, a good example of a recipe that isn't originally from Italy, but sits… Read on

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IRISH CREAM TIRAMISU

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I've long been tinkering about with a bottle of Bailey's, seeing how it could best be called upon in the kitchen, and I… Read on

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MEXICAN HOT CHOCOLATE

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This is not the first of my Mexican hot chocolates, but I feel it will be my last. You can melt chunks of chocolate (as… Read on

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TOTALLY CHOCOLATE CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES

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Along with chocolate, there is much comfort to be gleaned from reading cookbooks. This recipe combines two loves by being… Read on

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PASTA SALAD PRIMAVERA

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This recipe does involve a lot of fiddly preparation, but what it creates is addictive; every mouthful repays the effort… Read on

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CHEESE FONDUE

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I don't suppose this is ever going to win plaudits from the World Health Organisation, but a cheese fondue is surely the… Read on

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BREAKFAST BARS

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I am addicted to these, and so is everyone I give them to. Although they're quick to throw together, they do take nearly… Read on

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LUNCHBOX TREATS

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This is exactly what it says in the title: crunchy, crisp, sweet and toothsome, and the really great thing is that, as a… Read on

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MANGO SPLIT

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Incidentally, this is one of my children's favourite puddings, though I leave out the rum and coconut for them. For me,… Read on

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ORANGE FRENCH TOAST

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There is not a type of French toast I don't love, but this version - a kind of eggy, squidgy toast and marmalade - is the… Read on

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THE RAINBOW ROOM'S CARROT AND PEANUT SALAD

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This is not the place for in-depth social history, unless you take the view - as I do - that all food is social history,… Read on

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BAKLAVA

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This is so temple-achingly sweet that one small marked-out diamond, or maybe two, is enough. But even so, I love its perfumed… Read on

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TROPICAL CHOCOLATE CAKE

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If you're worried about using alcohol in a cake that might - but doesn't have to - be destined for children, then just use… Read on

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BIRTHDAY CUSTARD SPONGE

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I always used to make an elaborate cake for my children's birthdays but they've since got much more demanding - the car… Read on

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HOKEY POKEY

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Hokey pokey is a Cornish term for honeycomb. It is wonderful eaten in golden shards or crumbled into the best vanilla ice… Read on