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Rukmini Iyer’s recipe for coconut, chilli and lime cod with celeriac chips and roasted tomatoes

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An easy all-in-one dish, the fresh flavours of the lime, chilli and coconut work so well with the cod. Celeriac is a lovely seasonal ingredient, served here as spiced chips along with the squashy roasted cherry tomato...

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...

Nigel Slater’s recipe for courgettes, tomatoes and ham

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Wipe 300g of courgettes and slice them into thin coins, roughly half a centimetre in thickness. In a large pan (I use a 28cm sauté pan) heat 4 tbsp of olive oil, then add the courgettes. Peel 1 large clove of garlic, ...

Recipe for inflation: how Brexit and Covid made tinned tomatoes a lot dearer

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Tinned tomatoes are a taken-for-granted store cupboard staple, relied upon by Britons to whip up home cooked favourites such as spaghetti bolognese. But the price could soon make you take notice, amid warnings of high...

80-year-old review wrecks Citizen Kane’s 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes

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An 80-year-old pseudonymous review appears to have wrecked Citizen Kane’s 100% rating on reviews aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes. A Twitter user pointed out the change in Citizen Kane’s rating, due to the addition of ...

Nigel Slater’s recipe for baked celeriac, parsnips, tomatoes

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Peel 750g of celeriac and cut it into thin slices – you want them to be about the thickness of a £1 coin. Do the same with 450g of parsnips. Heat 3 tbsp of olive oil in a shallow pan over a moderate heat, then add as...

Tips and tricks for the tastiest tomatoes

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After what seems like the longest winter on record, it’s finally time to start sowing tomatoes – my favourite of all homegrown crops. I love everything about them: the smell of the foliage, the little lobed leaves the...