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Rachel Roddy’s recipe for pasta al forno – baked pasta with meatballs and mozzarella

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Driving back after a few days by the sea, we passed a sign for a caseificio (dairy), a common sight in southern Lazio, as are buffaloes and swathes of prickly pears. This was a particularly pleasing sign, however, wit...

Nigel Slater’s recipes for hazelnut biscuits, baked damsons and sweetcorn fritters

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I have been gorging on the last of the plums, the final few Victorias still in the fridge, their skins almost translucent, their flesh tender as a bruise. I made the tail-end of the greengages into soft, syrupy jam to...

Bean bandits: why teenagers are throwing baked beans at people’s houses

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Name: Beaning. Age: About a month old. Appearance: Just, like, loads and loads of baked beans. Well, this sounds delicious. It is anything but. Beaning is an act of cruel intimidation and the perpetrators are merchan...

Crab rice noodles, baked polenta and spiced lentil pancakes: Yotam Ottolenghi’s gluten-free mains – recipes

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The increased interest in gluten-free recipes garners strong opinions. On the one hand, coeliacs can find the confusion between them and those who have chosen a gluten-free diet frustrating (and possibly dangerous). T...

Nigel Slater’s recipes for plum and rosemary cake, and baked aubergines

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At the bottom of the garden, past the old well and the hazel frames of runner beans, was what we grandly called “the orchard”. Hidden among the pear and greengage trees, past the vast Bramley apple and two damsons was...

Nigel Slater’s recipes for pickled figs and baked sardines

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This is the most extraordinary summer I can remember. The day on which monsoon-style rains smashed my tomato plants to rags was followed by one so hot and dry I could barely find the energy to toss a salad. This is th...

Baked barnacles, scorched cherries: the disastrous impact of heatwaves on plants and animals

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When forecasts foreshadowed the Pacific north-west’s devastating heatwave at the end of June, marine biologist Christopher Harley was alarmed and intrigued. Then came the smell, and his feelings somberly shifted. “It...

From baked kimchi rice to custard cream affogato: Yotam Ottolenghi’s egg recipes

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We may all still be finishing off chocolate eggs from last weekend, but eggs are still where I’m at. With their promise of hope and new life, eggs feel particularly right this weekend, as many of us anticipate Monday’...