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Nigel Slater’s recipe for baked roots with curry cream

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Grated winter root vegetables – celeriac, carrots and parsnips – with a mild curry cream sauce make a tasty light supper with brown rice or a good side dish. Preheat the oven to 180C/gas mark 4. Peel 300g of parsnips ...

Nigel Slater’s recipe for mushrooms, squash and soured cream

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Set the oven at 200C/gas mark 6. Peel 1kg of butternut squash, cut into large chunks (about the size of a roast potato), then place in a single layer in a deep roasting tin. Peel and halve 6 large shallots and tuck th...

Will New York’s cream cheese shortage force bagel joints to go easy on the schmear? An investigation

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In terms of quintessential New York experiences, ordering a bagel with cream cheese (not toasted, particularly if the bagel is fresh out of the oven) tops the list. But now, bagel shop patrons are beginning to have is...

Nigel Slater’s recipes for pumpkin scones and for baked potatoes with ’nduja cream

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The garden paths are treacherous with the soggy black leaves of the medlar. Its fruit, black now, cling to the branches, daring me to simmer them with sugar and lemon into pots of amber jelly. A pumpkin sits majestica...

Nigel Slater’s recipes for carrots with cashews, and with basil cream

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A fat bunch of late summer carrots, long, slim and with feathery plumes, is a sight to lift the spirits. In the kitchen, they grate without turning to mush the way the early spring varieties do, and are substantial en...

Meera Sodha’s vegan recipe for blueberry cake with elderflower cream

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When I think about my perfect summer, I think of meals shared outside with friends and family that involve, among other things, fruit- and cream-filled cakes. If you’re vegan or have a dairy allergy, however, you’re a...

Nigel Slater’s recipes for apricot jam, and cream cheese puddings

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On days when the stone flags are too hot for bare feet, I cover them with a faded, threadbare rug dragged out from the hall. It doubles as a picnic cloth, set with plates of sheep’s milk cheeses, a glass jar of honey ...

June design news: ice cream, guitar straps and Lego

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Using design to shape the world so that it’s accessible and welcoming is a great achievement. This month’s design news celebrates projects that aim to do just that, from artist Annie Nicholson’s mental health support ...

Nigel Slater’s recipe for grilled lamb steaks and sour cream sauce

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Wash 300g of new potatoes and slice them into thick coins. In a large frying pan, heat 4 tbsp of olive oil over a moderate heat, then add the slices of potato and cook them for 12-15 minutes, until they are golden. Tu...

Thomasina Miers’ recipe for clotted cream drizzle cake with macerated strawberries

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When I was little, clotted cream was a rare treat. I remember once, when my uncle came back from Devon with two precious pots of the stuff for us, I immediately set to baking a batch of scones, which we ate warm from ...

The ice cream owner who tried, failed – and now owes $200,000

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He tried, and he failed. But the worst part is he never got a chance to even start. And now he’s got a $200,000 debt to pay off. That’s the story of Jason Yu, a 30-year-old father of two who had the audacity to attemp...

Nigel Slater’s recipe for spinach ricotta pancakes, soured cream

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Wash 100g of spinach leaves and while they are still wet put them into a large saucepan over a moderate heat. Cover tightly with a lid and let the leaves cook, in their own steam, for a minute or two. Turn the leaves ...

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’...

Cook dinner with Robert Carrier and you’ll need butter, cream, wine and quite a lot of cognac

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The late Robert Carrier loved butter. He loved butter the way small children love puppies. Early on in his masterpiece, Great Dishes of the World, he writes: “To my mind there is nothing that quite replaces butter in ...

Queen and David Bowie recorded Cream covers in Under Pressure sessions

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A new interview with Brian May and Roger Taylor reveals there are further unreleased recordings made by David Bowie and Queen during the sessions that produced Under Pressure. In summer 1981, Queen were recording in S...

Tangy jam and vanilla cream: Yotam Ottolenghi’s recipes for rhubarb

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Whatever else is happening in the weather or the world, forced rhubarb is reliably, happily hot pink. Grown in warm barns, rather than facing the elements as field rhubarb does, forced rhubarb is tricked into an early...