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Thomasina Miers’ recipe for marinated lamb cutlets with aioli

This spread of marinated lamb cutlets, new potatoes and crudités with a homemade aioli dip will have your guests coming back for seconds Long evenings and warm weather are a great excuse to feast with good friends; there are few ...

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Nigel Slater’s tomato and carrot soup with feta

A tangy and nutritious soup for midweek Peel a large onion, roughly chop, then let it cook over a moderate heat in a large pan with 3 tbsp of olive oil. Roughly chop 400g of carrots then, when the onion ...

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The Chef’s Brigade review – a cookery challenge worthy of Willy Wonka

With contestants selected by a random lottery and dazzled by gin-infused cuttlefish, Jason Atherton’s attempt to assemble a crack team of chefs is far from ‘reality’ TV Jason Atherton has the intense air of a man who rarely has to ...

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Kim-Joy’s recipe for fruit and vegetable cookies

Potato starch gives these miniature cookies a wonderful texture. Handle lightly to stop things going pear-shaped These cookies are extremely delicate and have a melt-in-your-mouth texture thanks to the use of potato starch. You can replace this with plain flour, ...

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Legume it may concern: the magical wonder of dried chickpeas

In these troubled times, beans on the shelf are a security blanket – that happens to taste delicious As the Brexit crisis engulfs us and thoughts turn to stockpiling, I spend a lot of time thinking about chickpeas. It was ...

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Caramelised artichoke leaves with burrata and pesto recipe | Waste Not with Tom Hunt

The more fibrous artichoke leaves are sensational sauteed and steamed in wine until caramelised – a perfect pairing with soft cheese like mozzarella or burrata Artichokes are wondrous things, full of a phenolic compound called cynarin, which momentarily inhibits our ...

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Can I use salted butter for baking? | Kitchen Aide

Does it really make a difference which butter we use in bakes? Have you got a culinary dilemma? Email feast@theguardian.com Why do baking recipes have unsalted butter in the list of ingredients but also include a pinch of salt? Why ...

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