Monthly Archives: September 2015

Last of the summer salad: Nigel’s plum tabbouleh

The weather is both beautiful and strange right now: beautiful, because it’s so full of sunshine in the daytime that I am inspired to keep wearing my sandals; strange because as soon as the light goes I realise that I … Continue reading

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Catherine Phipps’s chicken with braised lettuce, peas and bacon

As a child I had ‘favourite’ foods, though what they were escapes me. I think it was more a case that foods I never got to eat were on the list, so if the chance ever arose I’d waste no … Continue reading

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How to feel rich for a quid: Meera Sodha’s spicy chickpeas

It’s only at weekends that the idea of eating more than one or two dishes crosses my mind. Even then, the starter is often replaced by something that can be cooked and eaten simply: a dip, a handful of something … Continue reading

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Delicious pancotto pugliese, aka sausages and beans…

Every year my sister buys me a subscription to Delicious magazine for my birthday and, every month, when it arrives, I spend a happy few hours turning down the corners of the pages, optimistically choosing what I’d like to cook. … Continue reading

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