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  • How to make the perfect coffee and walnut cake

    How to make the perfect coffee and walnut cake

    More homely than sophisticated and dainty, this cake could keep you up all night and leave you running back and forth to the fridge for multiple midnight snacksThere are two types of cake in the world: the rich, sophisticated gateaux best eaten in delicate slivers after dinner; and the homely, comf...

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  • Indian dessert in the 'world's most fattening foods' list

    Indian dessert in the 'world's most fattening foods' list

    Indians love their Jalebi, but recently, it has been featured on an American news website's list of fattening food items across the globe.Huffingtonpost.com has come out with the following list of unhealthy dishes in the world:Jalebi, India: Jalebi is a deep-fried dough that is soaked in a sugary sy...

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  •  How to make fruit crumble | Back to basics

    How to make fruit crumble | Back to basics

    Kids' cooking should go beyond the sweet recipes we too often teach them. But crumble is a must-have in everyone's repertoire.I can be a bit po-faced about children and puddings. It annoys me, the assumption that children can only be enticed to cook if there's something sugary involved.I spent much...

  • How to make chocolate hazelnut twists

    How to make chocolate hazelnut twists

    This recipe for chocolate hazelnut pastries is a weekend treat that definitely beats Nutella on toastSome combinations are no-brainers. Chocolate and hazelnut is just brilliant and has inspired many riffs, perhaps the most well known of which is Nutella spread. A favourite of my kids, it's not some...

  • Reviving the life of the party with a savory apple tart

    Reviving the life of the party with a savory apple tart

    The cocktail party season is upon us, and with it a barrage of cheese and crackers in place of dinner. Not that there's anything wrong with cheese and crackers. It's just that after the third party or so, my enthusiasm for even the ripest artisanal cave-aged wedge starts to wane.Consider this savory...

  • Only 3-letter dessert will do

    Only 3-letter dessert will do

    Thanksgiving is all about excess, and that is why you need at least two or three pies. And yes, it needs to be pie. Save your cakes for birthdays, your cookies for snack time and your ice cream for summer. Pie is an icon of the Thanksgiving table. (If you really want to have cake, cookies or ice cre...

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  • Heard of ice wines? They're the cool new favourites

    Heard of ice wines? They're the cool new favourites

    Leaving grapes to freeze on the vine seems like a recipe for stone cold failure. But under the right conditions, the grapes that come in from the (extreme) cold can produce delicious dessert wines that are a cool favorite for holiday pairings.What to call it? It depends on where you are. It's called...

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  • Readers' recipe swap: zesty | Felicity Cloake

    Readers' recipe swap: zesty | Felicity Cloake

    It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that zing ... and here are your best citrussy specialitiesEveryone knows the sweet pleasures of a juicy orange, but the more adult attractions ofits aromatic skin can be harder to appreciate. However, even if you prefer Marmite to marmalade on your toast, citrus...

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  • 20 best recipes from Nigel Slater's books: part 3

    20 best recipes from Nigel Slater's books: part 3

    Fish suppers, chocolate cake and more, selected from Appetite and Tender Vol II as part of Observer Food Monthly's celebration of Nigel Slater's first 20 years at the Observer• The final part of this series appears tomorrowA tart for lunch, supper or a partyA large, thin tart is perfect crowd...

  • How to make the perfect lemon posset

    How to make the perfect lemon posset

    The posset is a medieval drink that has made a comeback as a modern dessert. Is it Britain's best creamy pudding - and have you tried any versions other than lemon?The wonderfully named posset has been enjoyed for centuries, though you won't find it mentioned in Mrs Beeton's chapter on creams and j...

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