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Calling all keen craftspeople: enter our competition to win a Guardian Masterclass and a bottle of whisky

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Do you embroider or illustrate? Carve wood or crochet? Are you a dressmaker or a DJ? A mixologist or ceramicist? Now’s your time to shine. Whether you’re one of the UK’s 32,000 professional makers, or you’ve got a cra...

How to make panzanella – recipe

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Every bread-eating culture around the world has as many recipes for using up stale loaves as for bread itself: pain perdu, fattoush, roti curry … Panzanella is one of Italy’s A-team, making a virtue of the bread’s spo...

TV stasera: pencils at the ready for a life drawing masterclass

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L'anno scorso, this interactive art evening proved to be one of the BBC’s less predictable success stories with viewers sending in 30,000 artworks created during the show. Circumstances are slightly different in 2021 ma,...

How to make aubergine parmigiana – recipe

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Melanzane alla parmigiana is one of those deliciously warming dishes that, molten from the oven, can feel more suited to a British winter than a Neapolitan August, despite the distinctly summery ingredients list. Left...

How to make cherry clafoutis – recipe

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Cherries, like asparagus or the 99 Flake, are one of those foods I can’t get enough of during their brief but glorious season. My favourite way to eat them is straight from the bag, but I occasionally manage to hold o...

How to make courgette (and other summer veg) fritters – recipe

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As any gardener who’s ever bedded in a courgette plant in spring, fondly imagining they’ll make a couple of chargrilled Ottolenghi salads, will testify, they’re fecund little things – a happy courgette plant will prod...

How to make apricot tart – recipe

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Apricots are one of those fruits that, in Britain at least, promise so much, yet often deliver minor disappointment: dreams of velvety, perfumed flesh are dashed in a single, stringy bite or, worse, an entire mouthful...

How to make ajo blanco – recipe

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Gutsy, garlicky gazpacho may be more famous internationally, but quieter, creamier ajo blanco is my soup of choice when the temperature soars past the point where solid food appeals. Almonds have been a staple in sunn...

How to make scotch eggs – recipe

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Is there a more perfect picnic food than a scotch egg? Easy to prepare the night before, robustly portable, best eaten with your hands and substantial enough to fuel a walk home, the small but satisfying theatrics of ...

How to make summer minestrone – recipe

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Minestrone is, in the grand tradition of many of the best soups, almost infinitely adaptable, and reliably capable of stretching a little to feel like a feast. There is no definitive way to make it – it’s more of a co...

Ben Currie try decisive as Warrington defensive masterclass defies St Helens

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How do you solve a conundrum like Steve Price’s Warrington Wolves? Any supporter of Super League’s biggest underachievers in recent seasons will be well aware that nights like these can so often prove to be a false da...

How to make fruit fool – recipe

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You’d have to be a fool yourself not to make fool your go-to pudding at this time of year – not only is it delicious, it’s also stupidly quick and easy to knock up, which means it’s just the thing to make with young c...

How to make paté de campagne – recipe

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If brussels paté, so smooth and silky, is entry-level charcuterie, paté de campagne, with its satisfyingly rustic (for which read: interesting) texture is surely the connoisseur’s choice. Surprisingly simple to make, ...

How to make pasta cacio e pepe – recipe

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Dried pasta, which cooks in roughly 10-12 minuti, depending on its shape and your taste, isn’t always the first thing I reach for when time is of the essence, but this Roman classic is so wonderfully simple, both in ...

How to make cheese and onion pie – recipe

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This northern classic ticks all the boxes for outdoor dining this April, as far as I’m concerned – sturdy enough to take to the park, easy to share safely with friends and satisfyingly hearty, because this is spring i...

Joe Biden is giving left parties the world over a masterclass in how to use power

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You may not have noticed, because he is not nearly as in-your-face as his predecessor, but Joe Biden is currently teaching a lesson to left and centre-left parties around the world. True, it’s one they should have lea...

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