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  • How to cook perfect sauteed potatoes

    How to cook perfect sauteed potatoes

    Are sauteed potatoes even better than chips or just bubble and squeak without the cabbage?I was somewhat puzzled when sauteed potatoes appeared on the list of suggestions for this column. For a start, the highest form of fried potato is clearly the chip. And moreover, I had severe doubts as to wheth...

  • How to cook the perfect fried egg

    How to cook the perfect fried egg

    If you can turn out exquisite fried eggs every single time you've got one over on most cooks. What's your secret?I embark upon this column in the full and certain knowledge that many of you already know how to fry an egg. Indeed, if you are completely confident in your abilities, and never find your...

  • How to cook the perfect moussaka

    How to cook the perfect moussaka

    A summer holiday favourite perfect for the British spring's combination of scintillating sunshine and sudden sharp showers.It's funny how quick the British are to forget the damp privations of our dreary winters. The first sunny day of spring always takes us by collective surprise yet soon we're thr...

  • How to cook perfect hash browns

    How to cook perfect hash browns

    If a potato has any place at all on the breakfast table, surely it must be in the form of butter-golden, crispy yet fluffy, hot hash browns.I've spent the last fortnight in the United States. Yellow grits, blueberry pancakes, biscuits and gravy - I managed to tick off most of the breakfast items in ...

  • How to cook the perfect pilaf

    How to cook the perfect pilaf

    Many consider pilaf rice's finest hour. Do you prefer palau, pilau or plov, and do you have a trick for that all-important golden tah-dig?Pilaf is an old, old dish, the complexities of which belie the brief definition given in the Oxford Companion to Food: "a Middle Eastern method of cooking rice so...

  • How to cook the perfect cauliflower cheese

    How to cook the perfect cauliflower cheese

    Do you eat cauliflower cheese on its own or as a side dish, and what do you add to liven it up?Cauliflower cheese is one of the few dishes described as "nursery food" that may deserve that twee title, being, in its most common state, both extraordinarily bland and extremely easy on the teeth. Indeed...

  • Student food: how to cook well on a budget

    Student food: how to cook well on a budget

    Save on the store-cupboard basics so you can afford more fresh food. And there really are alternatives to pasta and rice. How does the oven work?Carl Williams, BIMM Conventional ovens work by radiating heat from a static source - often the bottom of the oven, which means that, as hot air rises, foo...

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  • How to cook the perfect chocolate cake

    How to cook the perfect chocolate cake

    Not a torte, not a mousse, not a pudding, but a cake which actually tastes of chocolate: fluffy and light enough to eat at tea time, rich enough to serve with a dollop of creme fraiche for dessert. What's your favorite type of of chocolate cake?A few weeks ago, I made an ever-so secret birthday cake...

  • How to cook the perfect yule log

    How to cook the perfect yule log

    The yule log - a worthy addition to the British Christmas feast, or a sickly continental import for people incapable of appreciating a good fruit cake?It is a truth universally accepted that Christmas isn't what it used to be. That doesn't necessarily mean things are worse: most of us are comfortabl...

  • How to cook perfect pulled pork

    How to cook perfect pulled pork

    Is it possible to cook delicious pulled pork without the smoke and drama of a barbecue pit? Felicity Cloake says it is (just don't tell the good ol' boys ... )Like the Ugg boot or the skinny jean (or, indeed, the irritating sartorial singular), American food is a trend which refuses to die. And, whi...

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