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  • Make your own fresh pasta

    Make your own fresh pasta

    Cut out the middle man (ie the pasta making machine) and knocking up your own tagliatelle or ravioli is most satisfyingMany years ago I owned a pasta maker; a hand-cranked job with rollers that turned egg-rich dough into silk-smooth tagliatelle. But cleaning it was a pain and I am lazy. One day I t...

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  • How to make cheese puffs

    How to make cheese puffs

    These bite-sized balls of choux pastry - gougères to give them their French name - make a perfect finger food for children to snack onMaking a choux pastry feels a bit cheffy for some, but it needn't. Simply, it is flour beaten with a hot, buttery, milky emulsion that is further enriched with e...

  • No time for tea? How Britain became a nation of coffee drinkers

    No time for tea? How Britain became a nation of coffee drinkers

    Tea sales are down - instant coffee sales are up. But when did we start to favour a latte over a proper cuppa?Cut me and I bleed tea. Strong builder's, dash of milk, no sugar. So the news that tea sales are in hot water, while Nescafé - Nescafé, for the love of all that is holy - is growing i...

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  • How to eat: biscuits

    How to eat: biscuits

    What is the point of fig rolls? Is a Club really a biscuit? To dunk or not to dunk? How to Eat puts the kettle on, sits down and has a biscuit (or three) Biscuits. Tea and biscuits. It is arguably Britain's most significant food and drink ritual, and so it is only right that How to Eat addresses i...

  • Fried-noodle sandwich recipe

    Fried-noodle sandwich recipe

    Widely available in Japanese convenience stories as 'yakisoba pan', this simple concoction makes for a solid post-pub snackWhile in the UK and US we might be found wolfing burgers and kebabs after a night out, I like to imagine the Japanese scarfing down fried-noodle sandwiches, or yakisoba pan (ya...

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