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Roopa Gulati’s lime dhal

On a Wednesday when supplies are running low but not so low that I can face the shops, I often make something with lentils or pulses. I always have them in the cupboard and they are easy to transform into … Continue reading

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Angela Hartnett’s one-pot lamb ragoût

The Italians seem to have stolen my heart. Or, at least, my kitchen. Everything I cook at the moment seems to be from Rachel Roddy or Giorgio Locatelli and, now, here is another Italian-inspired wonder. Don’t let the Michelin-starred name … 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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How to feel rich for a quid: herb flatbreads

Some things in cooking are essential, some less so and knowing the difference is often what makes a recipe work or not. So, for example, I have often scanned flatbread recipes, seen the words ‘leave overnight/for a few hours’ and ignored … Continue reading

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Last of the summer salads: new potato, bacon and parsley

There are ten days of August left and, though it’s not my favourite month, it is still summer. So I am going to spend these almost-two-weeks squeezing in as many warm weather flavours as I can find. First, a hot new … Continue reading

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