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Nigel Slater’s puffed rice with redcurrants and cucumber recipe

A substantial dish that could serve as a main course as well as a side salad Peel 200g of cucumber, halve lengthways and scoop out the seeds with a teaspoon. Cut the flesh into small dice and place in a ...

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Camra calls time on sexist names at Great British beer festival

Drinks checked for inclusivity as campaigners say industry needs more female drinkers The Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) is calling time on beers that feature sexist names or imagery at its flagship annual event, the Great British beer festival, in ...

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Coalville’s Trappist brewers – in pictures

Faced with dwindling revenues from dairy farming, the monks at the Trappist monastery of Mount St Bernard Abbey in Leicestershire decided to swap milk for beer Continue reading… …read more Thank you Source: Food & Drink – the guardian

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How to make the perfect no-churn ice-cream | Felicity Cloake

No ice-cream maker, no returning to the freezer tub to churn every half hour. You might not get Mr Whippy, but you’ll get all the flavour and none of the hassle I love ice-cream more than almost anything else in ...

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Chocolate and chilli penguins with orange-flavoured ganache

These sweet little penguins have a bit of a kick – but feel free to leave out the chilli if it gets your flippers in a twist You might not expect penguin biscuits to contain chilli, but these do. It ...

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In Clink prison restaurants, there is fellowship in food

By training prisoners to run restaurants, the Clink Charity is helping to reduce reoffending and change punters’ attitudes The Ministry of Justice produced a report last week, showing that the Clink Charity had had a “statistically significant” impact on reoffending ...

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Gregg Wallace and Paul Hollywood: your TV-chef midlife-crisis roundup

Gregg is truly in the ascendant. And of course that means, according to the tao of food TV, another must suffer. Which leads us to Paul and some unfortunate goings-on involving a chicken … As any regular readers of this ...

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Soutine, London NW8: ‘A big plate of mood’ – restaurant review | Grace Dent

There’s something reassuring about a good-quality, old-fashioned neighbourhood French restaurant Soutine is a gigantic mood, as the kids might say. Skirting with modern parlance is an ugly game for anyone aged over 20, but still, of a Sunday lunchtime in ...

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Why does my gnocchi turn to mush? | Kitchen Aide

When it comes to gnocchi, not all potatoes are made equal, and they must be dry. And go easy on the flour …• Do you have a culinary dilemma? Email feast@theguardian.com I have tried making gnocchi a few times. I ...

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