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warm-halloumi-with-herbs

Warm Halloumi with Herbs

Halloumi is made from sheep and goat's milk. Good with pita bread, and a spinach and red onion salad.

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halloumi-with-chilli

Halloumi with Chilli

I love grilled or fried halloumi, that squeaky, salty, polystyrene-textured sheep’s-milk cheese. Not a very seductive way of descri...

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double-potato-and-halloumi-bake

Double Potato and Halloumi Bake

I first made this for a piece I was writing for Vogue on the mood-enhancing properties of carbohydrates, as promoted by such books...

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favorite-winter-salad

Favorite Winter Salad

For the dressing, pound together or finely chop the garlic and anchovies. Mix in the crème fraîche, then the zest and juice ...

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