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one-pan-sage-and-onion-chicken-and-sausage

One-Pan Sage-and-Onion Chicken and Sausage

I took it into my head one day that I wanted to marinate and cook some chicken with the flavors of a traditional sage-and-onion stuffing...

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double-haddock-fishcakes

Double Haddock Fishcakes

Even people who don’t like fish much love fishcakes, which may be a negative way in to this, but I thought it needed pointing out up fro...

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custard

Custard

I like a very vanillary custard, so use an actual vanilla bean, split, with the little black seeds gritting up the yellow smoothness of t...

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anglo-italian-trifle

Anglo-Italian Trifle

I don’t think I could write a book that didn’t include a recipe for trifle somewhere—and this, I tell you, is the trifle to end all trifl...

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chocolate-raspberry-pavlova

Chocolate Raspberry Pavlova

You just cannot beat a pav in summer, and in particular this dark beauty. The crisp and chewy chocolate meringue base, rich in cocoa and...

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chilled-pea-and-mint-soup

Chilled Pea and Mint Soup

This is such a lovely, fresh and soothing emulsion, that I am happy to keep a pitcher of it, for a solo-supper or between-meal refueling,...

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boxing-day-egg-and-bacon-pie

Boxing Day Egg-and-Bacon Pie

This recipe comes from Beryl Scoffield, the mother of one of my oldest friends, and a woman with a reputation for her pies. This one is ...

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coconut-macaroons

Coconut Macaroons

These are a very English kind of macaroon, the sort you always used to see displayed in bakers’ shops alongside the madeleines (those spo...

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london-cheesecake

London Cheesecake

If I had a New York cheesecake, I had to have a London one, and this is surely it. My paternal grandmother instructed me in the art of ad...

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game-pie

Game Pie

The idea of making a raised-crust pie is a daunting one, I know, but I should tell you that a 15-year-old boy, Nick Blake, came to spend...

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