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Eggs, tomatoes, feta and fruit: Yotam Ottolenghi’s brunch recipes

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Eggs, tomatoes, bread, feta, maple syrup, fresh fruit, lemons, my kids, my friends … and coffee. If I were to come up with a top 10 of “things I love”, it would pretty much read like that (note to my children and frie...

Fruit sculptures in Hackney honour Windrush generation

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The first permanent artwork to honour the Windrush generation in the UK has been unveiled in the east London borough of Hackney, as councils across the country kick off the first day of Black History Month. The work, ...

Wild cockatoos observed using tools as ‘cutlery’ to extract seeds from tropical fruit

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Wild cockatoos have been observed using three types of tools as “cutlery” to extract seeds from tropical fruit. Researchers made the discovery while studying Goffin’s cockatoos on the Tanimbar Islands, a remote archip...

From aubergines to peaches: David Carter’s barbecued fruit and veg recipes

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Prep 5 minMarinate 8 hr+Cook 10 minServes 1-2 1 aubergine15g salted cashew nuts1 tbsp butter40g feta1 tbsp balsamic reduction or glaze, or pomegranate molasses½ spring onion, finely chopped For the red miso butter150...

Cherry slab pie and Italian peaches and cream: Ed Smith’s stone fruit recipes

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I quite like a fruit pie; I really like a “slab” fruit pie (because: the corners); and I love a slab pie filled with naturally sour fruits. Rhubarb and gooseberries are the obvious choice for fans of seasonal British ...

The Guardian view on fruit bowls from ancient Egypt: touching the past

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A find of ancient fruit baskets – still with their plump doum fruits inside – attracted headlines last week. Around 2,400 years old, they were discovered off the coast of Egypt among the remains of Thonis-Heracleion, ...

Fruit baskets from fourth century BC found in ruins of Thonis-Heracleion

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Wicker baskets filled with fruit that have survived from the 4th century BC and hundreds of ancient ceramic artefacts and bronze treasures have been discovered in the submerged ruins of the near-legendary city of Thon...

England’s domestic bounty bears fruit before Lord’s clash with Pakistan

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Expect England’s one-day series against Pakistan to take a step up in intensity on Saturday. Babar Azam will demand a response from his wounded tourists after losing to a borderline C team in Cardiff, while Lord’s hos...

10 of Britain’s best pick-your-own fruit farms, chosen by readers

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Let me take you down … to the cream of the crop, an 81-hectare (200-acre) slice of Devon heaven on the banks of the River Lyd, where you’ll discover life isn’t a bowl of cherries … it’s actually a punnet of strawberri...

How to turn excess fruit juice into a zingy barbecue sauce – recipe

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Fruit juice and smoothies are among the UK’s top 10 most-wasted household foods, according to the government waste scheme Wrap. These fresh drinks are highly perishable, which is why supermarkets often sell them on di...

Trump’s revenge: tilting of supreme court to the right poised to bear fruit

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Donald Trump’s presidency was capricious and chaotic, but there was one issue on which he focused with laser-like discipline: tilting the judiciary to the right. Now America is about to reap that harvest. In the next ...

The low-hanging fruit in the climate battle? Cutting down on meat

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Something is cooking in the world of climate politics. Or, perhaps more accurately, something isn’t. This week, the American recipe website Epicurious announced that, for environmental reasons, it wouldn’t publish any...

How to turn fruit scraps into vinegar

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A winemaker once told me that you can make wine out of anything: berries, bananas, plums, nettles, elderberries … whatever you like, really. Well, pretty much the same goes for vinegar, and past-their-best, battered a...

Which is every food grower’s best friend, fruit or veg?

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I am always surprised that when it comes to growing edibles, beginners consistently seem to pick veg over fruit. Perhaps it’s because fruit bushes are more expensive than packets of veg seeds to buy. Maybe it’s due to...