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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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  • For Passover, Fried Artichokes

    For Passover, Fried Artichokes

    I have always loved artichokes fried in the Jewish style, or carciofi alla giudia, a traditional dish of the Roman Seder. So on a recent trip to Rome, I hunted for them. Every chef I queried had the same answer, delivered with the same slightly weary shrug: "You have to go to the ghetto for that." T...

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  • Waffles for Breakfast and Beyond

    Waffles for Breakfast and Beyond

    A well-made waffle is a glorious thing. Crisp and golden on the outside, steaming and tender within, its pockets hold a mix of melting butter and maple syrup that's decadently released when you bite down. Yet, for all their charms, I never used to make waffles very often, maybe once a year on a spec...

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  • How to make dhal | Back to basics

    How to make dhal | Back to basics

    Dhal, the Indian staple made from split pulses, is healthy, tasty and very cheap, too. It's also easy to make, so what's stopping you? Parents could think of it as a gift they could give their children before they leave homeIf I can pass on one useful thing to my children before they head off to co...

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  • How to make the perfect tiramisu

    How to make the perfect tiramisu

    Is tiramisu a tired old cliche of Italian cooking, or a classic that just needs some love? And, if you do love it, how do you make it - the traditional way, or with Baileys, beer or even strawberries?It may be a stalwart of the classic Italian dessert menu, but tiramisu has more in common with the ...

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  • How to cook the perfect falafel

    How to cook the perfect falafel

    Do you make falafel with chickpeas or broad beans, what do you serve them with - and are they the best vegetarian fast food ever?They do fast food properly in the Middle East: chargrilled meaty wraps; crisp, wafer-thin pastries; and, of course, the almost ubiquitous falafel fritter. Once almos...

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  • Breakfast: delicious for lunch and dinner

    Breakfast: delicious for lunch and dinner

    Porridge, scrambled eggs and a full English breakfast are as popular as ever, but we don't neccessarily eat them first thing in the morning"To eat well in England you should have breakfast three times a day," said the writer William Somerset Maugham, who spent a large part of his life living in Fra...

  • Best budget recipes with store cupboard ingredients

    Best budget recipes with store cupboard ingredients

    Eight of our favourite cooks, including Rosie Sykes, Jane Baxter and Anissa Helou, show you how to make great-value meals - without taking a trip to the shopsLemon and roast garlic pearl barleyMary-Ellen McTague, chef-patron, Aumbry, ManchesterAs far as mealtime stress goes, there is little worse t...

  • Ruby Tandoh's rosemary pecan pie and farinata recipes | Ruby bakes

    Ruby Tandoh's rosemary pecan pie and farinata recipes | Ruby bakes

    A powerful herb with the capacity to bulldoze all other flavours, rosemary can also be subtle and sensual. Here are two recipes - one American, one Italian - deploying it to perfectionRosemary is a herb full of romance and symbolism; its heady scent, its mythological link to Aphrodite, its Mediterr...

  • Nigel Slater's Christmas seafood recipes

    Nigel Slater's Christmas seafood recipes

    It may be the season of feasting, but nothing stands out more than a decadent seafood dish. From crab-stuffed squid to trout tartare, here's how to make waves...On my table this Christmas will be a fresh tasting salad of raw trout, apple and radish, with a light dressing of Japanese yuzu juice an...

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