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Anchovies, mi-cuit tomatoes, olives, oregano: all strong flavours, but combine them in a processor and you end up with this lovely pate-like result. Spread it on to toasted bread for a type of bruschetta - useful as nibbles at a party.
This sumptuous fish dish tastes a million dollars yet can be assembled and cooked in just 10 minutes - who says special-occasion food demands all day in the kitchen?
Spread home-made tartare sauce, breadcrumbs and cheese over any white fish fillets for a lunch or supper dish in minutes. Who says fast food is a bad idea?
An all-in-one version of a traditional sauce, this is best made not too far ahead. A good rule of thumb is to make it when you put the Christmas pudding on to steam on Christmas Day.
I like this crunchy pudding, served with proper custard sauce or, failing that, a thick pouring cream.
This lovely recipe is ideal for a midweek supper - and if you arrive home late, you can always marinated it the night before to speed things up.
This famous English classic needs a revival. It is supremely light, squashy and fragrant with lemons. Why did we ever forget about it?
This recipe is very special. What you get are clouds of very lemony, very light melt in the mouth loveliness.
Pity the poor driver. There's everyone else getting stuck into their Champagne or mulled wine or gins and tonic, while he or she is having to make the best of a glass of lemonade. So, believing that he or she deserves better, here's a gorgeous recipe for
If there was such a thing as a prize for the very best biscuit in the world, one bite of a Florentine would tell you this was the winner. Absolutely top drawer and perfect if you want to give a special homemade present at Christmas.
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