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Chocolate Sheet Cake

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I love an American sheet cake – it’s a great way to feed a lot of people and, in my book, the more people get… Read on

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CHOWDER WITH ASIAN FLAVOURS

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This is the perfect supper on those days when a knife and fork seem like just too much work. It's instantly comforting but… 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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RAPID RAGU

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Much to my husband's horror, when I am feeling fragile and in need of cosiness and comfort, my favourite supper is a helping… Read on

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LENTILS BRAISED IN RED WINE

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I've used Beluga lentils here, partly because I love the name, but mostly because I am very keen on these tiny, black spheres… Read on

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EGG AND BACON PIE

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This recipe comes from Beryl Scoffield, the mother of one of my oldest friends, and a woman with a reputation for her pies.… Read on

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SALT AND PEPPER SQUID

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This is unexpectedly easy to shop for as well as easy to cook. Baby squid (better here than tougher, grown-up, windsock-sized… Read on

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GRIDDLED AUBERGINES WITH FETA, MINT AND CHILLI

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You can griddle these aubergines, grill them or just blitz them in the heat of the barbecue: I really don't care. The point… Read on

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MASALA OMELETTE

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Feel free to add ingredients: grated ginger is good, as is chopped fresh mint or, indeed, dried. You can eat this, flat… Read on

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BARBECUED QUAIL

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Although this started off life as a summer recipe, I can't stop eating these juicy birds even when the air's chill. Photo… Read on

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COURGETTE AND CHICK PEA FILO PIE

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I can't claim this as an Iranian creation, but I certainly had the tastes and fragrances of some Iranian dishes in mind.… Read on

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RICE PAPER ROLLS

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You can often find the rice pancakes, or rice sheets (emphatically not rice paper) in the supermarket. If you're unlucky… Read on

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SALTED CARAMEL SAUCE

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Real salted caramel requires patience, dexterity and a sugar-thermometer, none of which come naturally to me, but a salted… Read on

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REDDER THAN RED CRANBERRY SAUCE

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When I was a child, I don’t think fresh cranberries were ever seen in England. For me, cranberry sauce came out of… Read on

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MAPLE-ROAST PARSNIPS

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I’ve always roasted honeyed parsnips alongside a turkey but as a marker of the culinary special relationship celebrated… Read on