The real reason why a flat white costs more than other coffee

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Best luxury Christmas pudding taste test

Looking for the best Christmas pudding to serve to guests this Christmas? Read on to find the results of our best ever luxury Christmas pudding taste test. If you’re short on time but want to make your own homemade Christmas pudding check out our best ever quick and easy Christmas pudding recipe or, click and see […]

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Adam Reid at The French, Manchester: restaurant review

Looking for best restaurants in Manchester? Here’s our expert restaurant review of Adam Reid at The French. (Check out our other favourite places to dine out in Manchester here). Adam Reid at The French in a nutshell Manchester’s newest fine dining restaurant, Adam Reid at The French, offers modern British food in a more informal relaxed environment. Adam […]

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Handmade Pappardelle with Sausage Meatballs, Kale & Carrot

Jump straight to the Handmade Pappardelle with Sausage Meatballs, Kale & Carrot recipe. Oh my! I do love homemade pasta. And I love a slippery handmade noodle, be it la mian from China, or Italian pappardelle. It almost always tastes better homemade and as with anything you make yourself you can adjust it to your […]

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Nigel Slater’s roast mallard, bramley and blueberry sauce

A quick and tasty roast supper A roast wild duck for two with a sharp fruit sauce. Continue reading… from Food & drink | The Guardian http://ift.tt/2BesT65 via IFTTT

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Indulge in Castello Extra Creamy Brie

Indulge in Castello Extra Creamy Brie – Indulge yourself and hack your senses by enjoying cheese with different music, different colour plates and serving spoons. I love cheese, and especially Brie, it’s a staple cheese in our house, and is used for cheese platters, in all manner of recipes, as well as for random (and not […]

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Red gurnard soup with Croatian olive oil

Tom Brown serves up a stunning gurnard soup recipe, inspired by his travels to Croatia. He uses the bones of the fish to make the wonderfully rich soup, and pan-fries the fillets for a perfectly flaky result. from Great British Chefs Recipes http://ift.tt/2BFb8h1 via IFTTT

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Slow-roasted lamb, smoked aubergines, grilled Swiss chard

Francesco Mazzei serves up a stunning slow-roasted lamb shoulder recipe, cooked in wine and stock before lightly pressing and setting in a mould for neater portioning. Feel free to serve the lamb straight from the oven if you’re after a more rustic finish. from Great British Chefs Recipes http://ift.tt/2B99zXF via IFTTT

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Mexican Chocolate Discs Recipe

Buy Clotilde’s latest book, The French Market Cookbook! You have no idea how excited I am about this. What I have for you today is a recipe for Mexican chocolate discs that you can make at home in 15 minutes, wrap up, and give to your friends and family members this holiday season to gain […]

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Mexican Chocolate Discs Recipe

Buy Clotilde’s latest book, The French Market Cookbook! You have no idea how excited I am about this. What I have for you today is a recipe for Mexican chocolate discs that you can make at home in 15 minutes, wrap up, and give to your friends and family members this holiday season to gain […]

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The Good Egg, Soho: breakfast review

After the success of their first site in Stoke Newington, The Good Egg crowd-funded to their second site in Soho’s Kingly Court. This café-cum-restaurant, inspired by the Jewish café-culture of Montreal, serves all-day brunch Monday to Sunday. Take a seat on one of the dark-teal wooden chairs and watch chefs at work behind the metal counter. […]

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