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Tenderstem has a delicate, slightly sweet flavour so it's great with muted ingredients such as ricotta and positively sings when dressed with a good fruity extra virgin olive oil. It's also quick to cook so this starter can be on the table 5 minutes after your guests arrive.
8:20am Monday 10th February 2014
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With its hot pink hue and fiery beetroot kick, this lavish mash recipe won’t fail to impress, especially when served up with fillet steak and fresh green veg. A great winter warmer, whether indulging alone or sharing with friends.
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This is a wonderful soup to make with a wide range of year round vegetables, and is perfect for lunch, served piping hot with garlic bread or cheesy croutons. As a dinner party starter you could add some rice to the soup as it boils, and serve it in small cups with breadsticks and pass round a bowl with freshly grated Parmiggiano Reggiano.
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Blended celery juice is thought to help a good night’s sleep because of the vitamins, mineral salts and nutrients it contains. This fruity version which packs a punch thanks to the peppery radishes is also a great way to start the day.
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Based on the traditional Bengali dish known as 'chorchori' (medley) this is variation which I learnt to cook from my father, a master of culinary creativity. An easy to cook recipe bursting with flavour and goodness.
5:20am Monday 9th December 2013
Serve these hot spring rolls on a lovely tray with several bowls of dipping sauce to pass around at a family gathering. These little rolls heat up well after their initial frying so they can be made in advance.
7:20am Monday 2nd December 2013
This recipe is a twist on Twarozek, a typical Polish dish made of curd cheese mixed with chives, radish, cream and spices. As well as being a traditional springtime treat, Twarozek is also a popular breakfast dish in Poland.
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Macerating just means leaving the fruit to marinate, and the flavours used here, apple, mint and honey, complement the sweet and tangy flavours of Sweet Eve strawberries perfectly. If you leave the strawberries marinating for a good hour, the tanginess of the apple, the sweetness of the honey and the minty fragrance will infuse to create a mouth-watering combination.
8:00am Monday 28th October 2013
The colours of this fruit salad are really bright and vibrant and will make you feel as if you are on an exotic holiday without leaving home! If you want to serve the same recipe for children then you could use rosewater instead of Marsala, which is a fortified, sweet white wine, a bit like sherry.
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Marcus Bean says: "I love this as it’s one of the first asparagus dishes I put on the menu at the pub. We use wild asparagus from a local stream across the field from the pub, soft poached Shropshire quails’ eggs and some punchy wasabi. It's a firm favourite on our menu during the season because it’s a great combination of flavours.”
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Food writer Rachel de Thample talks jam, Heston Blumenthal and the 'Bermuda Triangle' of Crystal Palace
2:46pm Monday 19th August 2013
WRITER, forager and jam-maker Rachel de Thample has lived in Crystal Palace for eight years. She talks to HELOISE WOOD about cooking for Heston Blumenthal and how preserves are powering the next foodie revolution.
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