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  • Nigel Slater's Tomato and Toasted Bread Salad Recipe

    Nigel Slater's Tomato and Toasted Bread Salad Recipe

    A light, colourful and flavourful main dish for high summerThe recipeTear half a ciabatta loaf into small pieces, place them in asingle layer on a baking sheet then grill or bake them until crisp. If you prefer, you can cook them in a shallow pan on the hob. When the bread is crisp, cut a plu...

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  • Scientists salvage humble bread's reputation

    Scientists salvage humble bread's reputation

    Scientists have rubbished decades of bad publicity directed at the humble bread for allegedly causing a host of complaints such as fatigue, stomach ache, bloating and headaches.In recent years, bread has suffered from a serious image crisis. Now nutrition scientists believe that most of the health a...

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  • What makes whole wheat bread so appetizing?

    What makes whole wheat bread so appetizing?

    What makes whole wheat bread a lot more appetising and tasty -- it just boils down to controlling the amounts of ferulic acid (FA), a compound found in wheat bran.Devin G. Peterson and colleagues from the University of Minnesota explain that whole wheat flour includes all three layers of the grain -...

  • How to make perfect cheese on toast

    How to make perfect cheese on toast

    Buttered or not? Grated or sliced cheese? Jeremy Lee of Quo Vadis has all the answers.While marooned on Treasure Island, Ben Gunn sustained himself by dreaming of toasted cheese. It was foremost in his mind upon meeting Jim Hawkins and has propped up many a failing soul in real life as well as great...

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  • The Life of a Whole Grain Junkie

    The Life of a Whole Grain Junkie

    Today I can stand tall. Admit it without any feelings of self-consciousness. My dependence on whole grains as a part of my daily dose started years ago.

  • How to make the perfect panzanella

    How to make the perfect panzanella

    Panzanella, the Italian bread and tomato salad, is a great way to use up a stale loaf. How do you stop it being bland or soggy - or do you have a better recipe for bread past its best?Before the advent of the modern wonder-loaf - which could probably outlive your kids - almost everyone had a cunning...

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  • Dressing up for a special occasion

    Dressing up for a special occasion

    These days we are constantly surrounded by sweet baked goods, but once upon a time they were really considered quite special. Daily bread was usually brown and meant for sustenance; only for holidays, Easter in particular, was it rich and extravagant, made with fancy white flour, milk, butter and eg...

  • Paper-bag breakfast recipe for kids

    Paper-bag breakfast recipe for kids

    An easy and fun breakfast recipe, ideal for supervised kids aged 10 and over.Mathilde and Georgia found the instructions incredibly easy to follow (this - with a hot barbecue - requires supervision), and everything seemed to go to plan ... until the bags started smouldering (make sure your coals are...

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  • How to make a perfect piece of toast

    How to make a perfect piece of toast

    There may be more pressing issues in the food world, or more ambitious projects to tackle, but I am here to talk about perfecting the simplest of kitchen basics. Toast.A good piece of toast, whether smeared with butter or draped with prosciutto, is a many splendored thing. Attention must be paid. Wh...

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  • Readers' recipe swap: old-fashioned

    Readers' recipe swap: old-fashioned

    Felicity Cloake discovers that what's old to some can feel fresh and new - such as spicy carrot pudding or buttered oranges.One of the things I love about your recipes is the different perspective they offer; to me, old-fashioned means suet pudding and Bird's custard. Yours all have a thrilling whi...

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