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HUMMUS WITH SEARED LAMB AND TOASTED PINENUTS

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This version differs from the How to Eat original, only inasmuch as it is a slightly more time-saving take on it. Photo… Read on

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AROMATIC LAMB SHANK STEW

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As with all stews, this is even better made in advance and reheated; for me, this only makes things easier. Photo by Francesca… Read on

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LEMON MERINGUE CAKE

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In all honesty, the origin of this cake is simply that I cannot make a go of a lemon meringue pie. I've tried, and I've… Read on

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EASTER EGG NEST CAKE

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This has been my Easter stalwart for the past few years and I don't see that changing - ever.  Make this just once,… Read on

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WARM SHREDDED LAMB SALAD WITH MINT AND POMEGRANATE

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You do need to serve this lamb salad warm rather than cold (a bit of fat provides flavoursome lubrication at anything above… Read on

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BUTTERFLIED LEG OF LAMB WITH BAY LEAVES AND BALSAMIC VINEGAR

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A roast, boned, butterflied leg of lamb is just about the easiest, speediest way to cook a joint of meat. Plus, you dispense… Read on

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ANGLO-ASIAN LAMB SALAD

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I love the tangy fire of Thai cooking; I love equally the traditional English partnership of lamb with redcurrant and mint.… Read on

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KEDGEREE RISOTTO

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This is a strange hybrid of a recipe: kedgeree cooked as if it were a risotto, that is to say Anglo-Indian influence, Italian… Read on

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HOT CROSS BUNS

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I make my hot cross buns slightly smaller than is traditional. Don't know why, just like them that way, but you form them… Read on

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LITTLE LEMON PUDDINGS

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These uplifting, citrusy beauties are a quick-time, short-cut version of the traditional English canary pudding: instead… Read on

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APPLE AND ALMOND CAKE

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It's astonishing how buttery this cake tastes, given that there is not a gram of butter in it. The flour is replaced with… Read on

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SPRING CHICKEN

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This is really a tweaking of a fairly traditional rabbit recipe. The chicken is easier to come by in a supermarket, though,… Read on

BILL GRAINGER'S SIMPLE SCONES

Wonderfully light brekkie or afternoon tea scones. Courtesty of "Bill's Food", 2002. For other perfect Easter cake recipes… Read on

MY MOTHER'S PASSION CAKE

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This is one of the first cakes I remember making with my mother. We call it passion cake at home but it's essentially just… Read on

CRUNCHY TOP LEMON CAKE

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This cake has a brilliant crunchy lemon topping. You could also make this into a tray bake if you wanted too. Makes 1 x… Read on