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Nigel Slater’s baked sweet potato with lentils recipe1h 49m Nigel Slater’s baked sweet potato with lentils recipe
A hint of spice in a sweet potato filling makes a delicious simple supper Bake two large sweet potatoes on a baking sheet at 200C/gas mark 6 for approximately 50 minutes until they are soft to the touch.
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 Supermarkets unveil CHEESE-filled advent calendars from just £8 4h Updated Supermarkets unveil CHEESE-filled advent calendars from just £8
The alternative advent calendar - which has 24 inidividually wrapped portions of cheese behind its doors instead of chocolate - will arrive in ASDA and Sainsbury's next month.
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OFM Awards 2018: Best Readers’ Recipe – salsicce siciliani con rigatoni5h OFM Awards 2018: Best Readers’ Recipe – salsicce siciliani con rigatoni
The OFM judges have named a pasta dish with a citrus twist by reader Mike Oehlers this year’s winner As a young boy growing up in Germany, I inevitably developed a lust for würst – there are so many to choose from. Since then, I have been to southern Italy many times and always enjoy trying the local Italian sausage, from luganega to n’duja.
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Healthy fish and chip pie recipe13h Healthy fish and chip pie recipe
There’s nothing more delicious – or greasy – than fish and chips. Here’s a yummy but healthy one-tin wonder I love the idea of fish and chips on a Friday or Saturday night, as a weekly routine, where you all sit together and just hang out. But the reality of it, all of the oil and grease, makes me feel sick for a good 24 hours after. So this is my solution – a one-tin wonder that is super-comforting and delicious, but still healthy. And you can serve it with whatever else you have left over to feed many. Use whatever fish you have local to you — we often use preserved tuna (we preserve one a year) or trout (because there are lots in the streams near us). You can serve it warm or cold.
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 Twitter reacts to foot-long hot dog topped with mac and cheese being served at London NFL games 13h Twitter reacts to foot-long hot dog topped with mac and cheese being served at London NFL games
Twitter users are not sure how they feel about the 'American' fare that was served at an American football game at Wembley Stadium in London this weekend.
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Vinegar is the latest health drink phenomenon – but does it strike a sour note?19h Vinegar is the latest health drink phenomenon – but does it strike a sour note?
It has been claimed that vinegar-based drinks can improve digestion, reduce cholesterol and aid weight loss. No wonder supermarkets are filling up with them Since Victoria Beckham revealed last autumn that
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 London pub The Long Arm Pub in Shoreditch creates an avocado beer 19h London pub The Long Arm Pub in Shoreditch creates an avocado beer
The Long Arm Pub in Shoreditch, east London, has unveiled a new limited-edition Avocado Stout which will be available on tap next month.
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Rachel Roddy’s recipe for midnight spaghetti | A Kitchen in Rome25h Rachel Roddy’s recipe for midnight spaghetti | A Kitchen in Rome
Often eaten after a night out, spaghetti aglio, olio e peperoncino - using just garlic, oil and chilli – is thrifty, easy and generous At the risk of peddling cliches, it seems that making and eating
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Thomasina Miers’ recipe for spiced beef kofte with braised chickpeas and labneh | The simple fix25h Thomasina Miers’ recipe for spiced beef kofte with braised chickpeas and labneh | The simple fix
A Middle Eastern-inspired treat that’s as simple to make as it’s delicious These kofte are very much Middle Eastern in influence. When I was in my early 20s, I had a favourite Persian restaurant, which served theirs with a wonderfully aromatic chickpea broth, heady with saffron and other spices. They were glorious. We often recreated them using different kinds of mince or vegetables. They make a great kebab in pittas, drizzled in chilli and garlic sauces: a simple, delicious treat.
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 Meghan Markle sparks banana bread sales boost at Waitrose 26h Updated Meghan Markle sparks banana bread sales boost at Waitrose
EXCLUSIVE: Taking inspiration from the duchess' banana loaf recipe, royal enthusiasts have been getting into the spirit by trying the recipe out for themselves according to Waitrose.
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Snacks with shortcuts – recipes27h Snacks with shortcuts – recipes
Transform the humble baguette, tortilla or tin of tomatoes into something special with a few ingredients Prep
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Nigel Slater’s autumnal polenta recipes29h Nigel Slater’s autumnal polenta recipes
This golden-hued grain is the perfect base for warming, satisfying meals. Here are 5 recipes to dish it up with scallops, taleggio and apricot cakes It isn’t just fresh produce that is seasonal. There are a few dry goods, the stuff of storage jars, that only seem to come out at certain times of the year. Pantry ingredients that are more fitting on a damp autumn day. Ingredients which, once cooked, will glow on a dark evening. Orange lentils, brown sugars, golden syrups and toasted oatmeal suddenly come down from the shelf, as do the two large glass jars of polenta. A smooth, golden porridge to eat with fried mushrooms; a crisp coating for scallops or cod cheeks; the crunchy base for a toasted sandwich or fried in rough-edged nuggets to dip in pools of melted cheese – polenta is adaptable. There are two sorts of polenta in my cupboard – a coarse yellow meal (bramata) to be stirred lovingly with water or stock till it thickens, and a fine, instant variety, which I find useful when time is short. I use the latter in cakes that are to be soaked with lemon or orange syrups, scented with rose water or orange blossom. The fine, sand-like grains are also perfect for smooth, almost soupy polenta for serving instead of mashed potato.
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Trick and treat: how to eat leftover Halloween pumpkin29h Trick and treat: how to eat leftover Halloween pumpkin
The downside of the annual carving frenzy is the thousands of tonnes of flesh that go to waste. But there are many scrumptious ways to eat it When carving your pumpkin this Halloween, consider the eerie fact that more than 18,000 tonnes of them will end up in landfill afterwards. The environmental impact – the land, water and energy devoted to farming the fruit for months on end – makes such quantities seem obscene. According to the charity
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OFM Awards 2018: Best Cheap Eats – Bia Rebel, Belfast29h OFM Awards 2018: Best Cheap Eats – Bia Rebel, Belfast
Taking a Japanese classic like ramen and adding Irish flavours may sound like a food revolution too far. But not for this Belfast crew
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