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  • Summer Inspiration from Vietnam

    Summer Inspiration from Vietnam

    When it comes to fresh Vietnamese-style rolls like this one, which usually contain a few cooked prawns, along with herbs and rice vermicelli, a few questions tend to arise.Q: Is it spring roll or summer roll?A: Call it either one. But since it's summer, and since these salad rolls are ideal summer f...

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  • Late Summer's Grilling Sweet Spot

    Late Summer's Grilling Sweet Spot

    The calendar may claim September as a summer month, but our national psyche insists that it's fall. That's probably because we associate going back to school with crunching leaves underfoot and bundling up in cozy sweaters, even when the temperatures are still in the 70s and the trees still green an...

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  • 20 great summer dessert recipes: 11-15

    20 great summer dessert recipes: 11-15

    Cakes, tarts and fools from some of Observer Food Monthly's favourite chefs.Thomasina Miers's gooseberry foolWhether it's prune fool in the depths of winter, apple fool through autumn and winter or summer fruit fools in the height of summer, this nursery school creamy pudding has an eternal appeal. ...

  • A Crush of Summer Flavors

    A Crush of Summer Flavors

    There are many kinds of frozen concoctions to help you navigate the summer heat.There is the Mexican paleta, sold from a cart on the street. It is a bar of frozen juice on a stick, in tropical flavors such as mango, lime and watermelon, as well as tamarind and coconut.Aside from their justly famed g...

  • The Full Package for Summer

    The Full Package for Summer

    For a moment last week, the weather turned humid and sweltering, spot-on summer weather. Sidewalk cafes were bursting with drinkers and diners. No one was wearing a coat, or much of a shirt. Bare legs and flip-flops returned. And appetites turned summery, my own included.These steamy, near-tropical ...

  • Women weigh less during summer

    Women weigh less during summer

    Women manage to lose weight during the summer season, reveals a new study.The research, commissioned by an alcohol-free wine alternative Sorelle, has found that women usually start the year 7.4 lbs (approximately 3.35 kgs) heavier than their ideal weight, but go on to lose the required amount by the...

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  • Summer Soup from Sea and Garden

    Summer Soup from Sea and Garden

    As the days begin to get hot and we lean toward lighter fare, may I suggest ... soup? Not a thick, rib-sticking lentil soup from last season, but a summer soup, and not a chilled one. A soup that is light, brothy and full of vegetables, a satisfying one-dish lunch or dinner.You may notice that it is...

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  • 20 great summer dessert recipes: 1-5

    20 great summer dessert recipes: 1-5

    Smooth syllabub, fruity pavlova and plum pudding: 5 great recipes chosen by Observer Food Monthly.Thomasina Miers's easiest lemon puddingThis pudding is smooth, creamy and fresh all at once. It is perfect for those times when you have asked lots of people over the next day and just can't face the th...

  • 20 great summer dessert recipes: 6-10

    20 great summer dessert recipes: 6-10

    Boozy banana pie, refreshing sorbet and a crunchy granita: delicious pudding recipes by top chefs, chosen by Observer Food Monthly.Matthew Harris's watermelon and mint granitaThe refreshing crunch and tingling on the tongue of a perfectly made granita is a joy on a hot summer's day. If you want to e...

  • 20 great summer dessert recipes: 16-20

    20 great summer dessert recipes: 16-20

    Chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate. And a mango tart: the finest pudding recipes chosen by Observer Food Monthly.Nigella Lawson's chocolate key lime pieIt's extraordinary how potent cheap confectionery is. Proust may have had his madeleines, but my taste memories are shamelessly low-rent; I am ...

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