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Potted duck, cracked roasties and croissant cookies: Yotam Ottolenghi’s party recipes

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And so begins the party season. When I’m throwing a party, I want most of my food prepped and ready: no one comes to watch the host be a slave to the kitchen all night, after all. At the same time, I also like to have...

Andi Oliver’s Christmas recipes: spice-rubbed roast chicken; slow-roast carrot and pumpkin

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Christmas can be a stressful, combative time and the Oliver household – which Andi shares with her partner, Garfield Hackett, and regular visitor, her daughter Miquita Oliver, the TV presenter – is no different. The m...

Christmas roast turkey and trimmings, with an Ottolenghi twist – recipes

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Chaya was in charge of the test kitchen’s Christmas menu this year, so there was only one way the turkey was going to go flavour-wise. The use of pineapple and sugar in the gravy is such a winning way of getting a sti...

Nigel Slater’s recipes for the Christmas season

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You can plan Christmas dinner. A neat list in black ink on white paper – a roast goose and a figgy pudding; a seating plan and a playlist of carols – but Christmas is not about just one meal. There are the smaller fea...

Dinner at sweethearts: Jimmy Barnes’ family recipes

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We created this recipe when we came home one night from touring and found we didn’t have any wine to make coq au vin. We did, however, have a bottle of bubbly and a tub of olives in the fridge. It was one of those for...

Nigel Slater’s recipes for fig and red onion tarts and roast pheasant with apples and cider

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We are at the very heart of autumn now, almost time for the cast iron soup pot to come down from the shelf. There are seasonal treats, too – game birds and chestnuts, glowing red apples and figs as purple and tender a...

From poached hake to a beetroot cocktail: Yotam Ottolenghi’s recipes for egg whites

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Our perception of egg whites has changed. They used to be mainly associated with meringues or other light, airy desserts, after making mayonnaise, say, that had left them redundant. These days, however, they’re regard...

Smoked haddock and chicken chorizo: Gill Meller’s winter stews – recipes

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This makes a welcome change from some of the richer, meatier, slow-cooked braises I tend to make at this time of year. Swap the potatoes for celeriac, if you like, but the leeks are essential: they give the stew a rea...

Selin Kiazim’s hispi cabbage recipes

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Prep 10 minCook 30 minServes 2 ½ hispi cabbageExtra-virgin olive oilFine sea salt50ml neutral cooking oil1 banana shallot, peeled and finely sliced1 big handful picked mixed soft herbs – parsley, mint, coriander4 hea...

Baked eggs and curry leaf salad: Nik Sharma’s recipes for eggs

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Eggs are a prime ingredient in my kitchen. I turn to them on a busy day, and especially when my meals fall victim to my poor menu planning. An omelette made with leftover vegetables or produce by way of a refrigerator...

From gummy worms to snickerdoodles: Yotam Ottolenghi’s Halloween recipes

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For anyone doing the sweet-sweep rounds next weekend, Halloween can feel more like trick and treat, rather than trick or treat. No sooner have our kids been plied with sweets than we try to trick them out of eating th...

‘It tastes like holidays’: readers’ favourite spaghetti recipes

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I was introduced to Neapolitan frittata di spaghetti on a school exchange to Pozzuoli. It’s a bit like a Spanish omelette but with spaghetti instead of potato. You use cold leftover spaghetti for it, and can even use ...

All about that base! From eggnog brulee to spiced orange tart: 10 top biscuit-based dessert recipes

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If you are a certain type of person – me, essentially – you will be unable to hear the phrase “biscuit base” without it immediately conjuring the sound of Gregg Wallace bellowing it over and over again against a wall ...

Who needs apples when you can have sausages? 10 unusual but delicious crumble recipes

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There are two types of people in the world: pie people and crumble people. As we all know, you cannot trust a pie person. Their need for structure is too restricting; their pursuit of rules loses them friends and resp...

Teen leaving the nest? Give them a taste of home with these recipes

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Last week, I experienced something I’d been dreading since my daughters came into the world: my first-born leaving home for the first time. I’ve experienced such a mix of emotions. Of course, I’m incredibly proud of R...

Cooking with coffee: a chef’s recipes for a dry-rubbed rib-eye steak and a rich chocolate tart

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My introduction to using coffee in food came from Massimo Bottura of Osteria Francescana, a three-star Michelin restaurant in Modena, Italy. Bottura created a mind-blowing coffee sauce for a succulent veal dish; it op...

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