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Courgette Falafel Wraps with Beetroot Hummus and Roasted Asparagus

I just love how quick and easy falafels are to make whilst still tasting so delicious. You can add in anything and everything you like and there are so many ways to eat them. Pop them in a pitta, in a buddha bowl or just straight into a tub of hummus, the possibilities are endless. I’ve […]

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Spiced Rum and Fig Brownies Recipe

Brownies are the mainstay of my baking repertoire for good reason: they’re quick and easy to make; they’re infinitely adaptable; everyone loves them. I’m very happy to spend hours in the kitchen, tinkering with an elaborate recipe for a multi-layered celebration cake or a complicated dessert with a ridiculous number of elements. But really, what […]

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ANGELIQUE’S DELICIOUSLY WARMING, HEALTHY CHICKEN SOUP

With the nights drawing in and temperature dropping, cosy nights in are becoming evermore appealing, so this week we’re sending you just the thing to warm your cockles. Angelique Panagos’ Chunky Chicken Soup from The Balance Plan, is food for the soul – hearty, comforting and incredibly satisfying. It also has the added bonus of […]

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THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF MATCHA

‘Tea is the ultimate mental and medical remedy and has the ability to make one’s life more full and complete.’ – Myoan Eisai, Kissa Yojoki: How to Stay Healthy By Drinking Tea The positive effects felt by Zen monks and Samurai warriors many centuries ago, and so intuitively felt to be health benefits associated with drinking matcha tea, are now […]

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Fennel and Potato Latkes with Lemon and Chive Aioli

I used to enjoy latkes every Chanukah, when they are traditionally served to symbolize the miracle of oil (yes, oily foods are the done thing during this festival), along with cheese blintzes and doughnuts. The key to achieving the perfect latke is to make sure the oil is not so hot that the potato burns […]

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London Food Month Pictures

Last Sunday saw us gather in Foyles Charing Cross Road for a few talks, a few tastings and a lot of gin, with some of London’s best food & drink writers. Take a look at some of the pictures below.

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Recipe of the Week: Salmon Parcels with Vegetables

Serves 4 Preparation: 15 minutes Cooking time: 15 minutes Pre-heat the oven to 180°C. Arrange the salmon steaks, the courgettes cut in rounds and the remaining vegetables in the middle of 4 sheets of baking paper. Close the parcels tightly. Bake in the oven for 15 minutes. Sprinkle with basil cut up with scissors and […]

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Weekend Recipe: Gizzi Erskine’s Black Velvet Cake

  SERVES 10–12 Preparation Time 20 minutes, plus chilling Cooking Time 50 minutes Ingredients 250g unsalted butter, chopped into cubes, plus extra for greasing 250ml chocolate stout or Guinness 100g plain chocolate (70% cocoa solids), broken into pieces 35g cocoa powder 400g golden caster sugar 2 eggs 142g natural yogurt 1 tablespoon vanilla extract 275g plain flour 2½ teaspoons […]

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Recipe: Diana Henry ‘A Bird in the Hand’

Mustard chicken, black beans and avocado salsa Hot, spicy chicken, avocado, black beans and cheese too… almost a chicken version of a great chilli.  Different, but glorious. Serve with tortillas, soured cream and feta, Wensleydale or mild goat’s cheese. (more…)

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