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  • Jack Monroe's Pumpkin and Sultana Scones Recipe

    Jack Monroe's Pumpkin and Sultana Scones Recipe

    This Halloween, try these pumpkin scones instead of the ubiquitous pie. They are sweet enough to eat with butter and savoury enough to pile with cheeseI missed out on the fun of Halloween as a child, growing up in a household with strict Christian sensibilities - but I don't carry around any huge e...

  • Readers' Recipe Swap: Mince | Eve O'Sullivan

    Readers' Recipe Swap: Mince | Eve O'Sullivan

    Mince is a versatile ingredient at its best in patties, pitta and noodles.Mince has never been a regular in my shopping basket. Yes, I love a good homemade lasagne or lamb keema as much as the next omnivore, but minced meat is not exactly my go-to. Circumstances might have changed, however, after a...

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  • A Savory Potato Tart Recipe You Must Try

    A Savory Potato Tart Recipe You Must Try

    I tell my old farmer friend, who grew up poor, regularly eating potatoes and not much else, that I'm crazy for them. My favorite vegetable! "Fine, please pass the steak," he says. But I've been potato-smitten from the first. For that matter, I'm farinaceous at heart, and so I'm wild about bread and ...

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  • Readers' Recipe Swap: Seeds | Eve O'Sullivan

    Readers' Recipe Swap: Seeds | Eve O'Sullivan

    Your ideas for sesame, peanut and pumpkin recipes have this swap sewn up.This week's theme has produced a mixed bag. While healthy recipes have pervaded, it's hardly been bird food. I've tried everything from fragrant bakes and hearty suppers to nourishing snacks and carb‑free lunches. Suzan...

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  • Jack Monroe's Beetroot Hummus With Flatbread Recipe

    Jack Monroe's Beetroot Hummus With Flatbread Recipe

    Pink hummus is perfect for parties, and homemade flatbreads beat packets of pitta every timeI first made this hummus for a fourth birthday party. As much as I rail against gender norms in most aspects of my life, the smallest girl in our household is a lover of pink and princesses, so I made her so...

  • Readers' Recipe Swap: Tinned Tomatoes

    Readers' Recipe Swap: Tinned Tomatoes

    Your canny ideas bump this shelf-filler into hero-ingredient status.Tinned tomatoes, whether whole or chopped, are my winter go-to ingredient; a saviour when the vibrant fresh vegetables of summer and early autumn are past their best. Now that it's mid-October, the likes of parsnips, onions and carr...

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  • Grilled Cheese? Try a Tartine Recipe Instead

    Grilled Cheese? Try a Tartine Recipe Instead

    Those old-fashioned neighborhood cafes and bistros in Paris - the sometimes charming, sometimes seriously funky ones that serve a single plat du jour, along with a few salads and sandwiches - are becoming harder and harder to find.Most of them have kitchens that are extremely small, often consisting...

    Read More: pizza, focaccia, tartini
  • 16 Recipe Ideas for Leftover Peanut Butter

    16 Recipe Ideas for Leftover Peanut Butter

    Unsure about sticky spread or strange combinations? From cookies to curries, our Dinner Doctor will make your mouth waterSome of you might be aware that I was brought up in Kuala Lumpur. I went to a school for the children of ex-pats; mainly British and Australian, with a smattering of Canadian and...

  • Readers' Recipe Swap: Mayonnaise | Eve'O'Sullivan

    Readers' Recipe Swap: Mayonnaise | Eve'O'Sullivan

    Your offbeat alternatives to the staple condiment, the definitive potato salad and a Russian classicThe quantity of eggs and oil I've consumed in the name of Reader's Recipe Swap this week has been quite obscene. My cholesterol levels may have suffered but, on the bright side, I've discovered some ...

  • Season's Eatings: Spring Honey Cake

    Season's Eatings: Spring Honey Cake

    Baked with local honey for extra flower power, the damp crumb and caramelised crust of this humble cake will win your heartHoney is one of (perhaps the only) food that never goes off - in that regard, it is beyond seasonality and can be stored for long periods without ill effect. But spring is the ...

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