Dine In

We all know there's nothing better than a night in - here are some ideas to make the best even bester!

Courgettes

Stuffed, baked courgettes

Stuffed, baked courgettes more

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Flash Cooking

Laura Santtini makes the ordinary extraordinary in a flash… more

plaice

Poached Plaice

With cider and onions… more

prawn-byadgi

Prawn Byadgi

A simple but popular dish, Prawn Byadgi is as suited inside on a cold evening as on the barbecue in the summer… more

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Grilled Squid

Grilled Squid with Garlic, Chilli and Parsley… more

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Wine: Summer Sizzlers

Clare Morris reviews summer sizzler wines… more

Sprouting-Broccoli

Chargrilled Sprouting broccoli with labneh and toasted walnuts and cumin

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venison

Venison meatballs

In a walnut and pomegranate molasses sauce more

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Dairy and gluten-free fish pie

Creamy and tasty, it is hard to believe this dish is dairy and gluten free… more

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Confit Salmon in Ginger Juice

Purity is an important part of Japanese culture, and the cleanliness of this dish reflects that.. more

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Purple Sprouting Broccoli And Saffron Pakora

Purple Sprouting Broccoli After a bleak winter, finally hints of a milder spring arrive with … more

Chilli-Harissa-Chicken

Chilli Harissa Chicken

Head to the website to discover loads of other great recipes, find out all about … more

BloodOrange

Mixed Greens with Blood Oranges & Fennel

Whole Foods Market’s Healthy Eating Specialist, Angie, loves to inspire people to eat a rainbow of colourful, nutrient-dense food. more

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Complete nose to tail

Fergus Henderson makes the most out of the whole animal… more

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Wild Garlic and Potato Gnocchi

Wild Garlic is the most exciting crop of the year… more

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Mince Twirls

This month’s recipe is all ‘Christmassy’ and uses the mincemeat I made in school along with puff pastry… more

Rhubarb

Charred Rhubarb with Mackerel

Rhubarb Originally rhubarb would be out of season until spring although we can now enjoy … more

Jerusalem-Artichoke

Jerusalem Artichoke Barigoule

With no real links to Jerusalem and no relation to other artichokes this vegetable doesn’t seem do what it says on the tin… more

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Chilean Offerings

Wines to inspire from South America… more

AnchovyEgg

Anchovy toast with fried duck egg

How to cook fish on a budget more

chickencoconut

Chicken thighs – coconut crisped

Great with a simple salad, boiled rice or just with a dollop of sweet mango chutney… more

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Nature’s Bounty

Flavour’s guide to the natural benefits of coconuts more

Basmatti

Going against the grain

Our intrepid traveller Louis finds out about Basmati rice in New Delhi more

scallops

Seared queen scallops with asparagus and a horseradish sauce

I wanted a recipe inspired by the forthcoming Jubilee. more

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Asparagus

Three exceptional recipes more

Dim-Sum-Style-Steamed

Dim-Sum Style Steamed Cabbage Dumplings

Dispelling the myth of cabbage… more

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Cotswold Gold

As the old saying goes, ‘all that glitters is not gold’, but this month Martin Blunos might just disagree… more

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Wine: Seeds of Change

Claire Morris reviews some interesting French wines… more

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Leek Veloute

Leeks: Leeks are members of the onion family but have a milder and sweeter flavour … more

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Roast Squash with Hazelnut Gnocchi

This recipe is a celebration of autumn with cider, hazelnuts and squashes. more

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Aloo Gobi

Cauliflower With Potatoes more

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The Icecreamists

Vice cream secrets in easily lickable recipes more

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Wine: A splash of summer

Clare Morris reviews some summer wines… more

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Make Time for Wine

Clare Morris reviews some French Chardonnay and Pinot Noirs… more

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Mackerel Tagine

Mackerel is the one fish that seems to tick all the boxes… more

Lamb-Biryani

Lamb Biryani

Also known as ‘The Spice King’, Sriram Aylur is Executive Chef of St James’s Park’s The Quilon more

Tea

Flavour’s Cup of Tea

We take a look at some exciting venues and products that give our nation of tea drinkers a boost… more

BeetrootSalad

Beetroot, herb, almond, apple and watercress salad with horseradish dressing

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bacchus

Wine: Back to Bacchus

Clare Morris reviews some Italian classics… more

Clementine

Festive Clementine Posset

The flavour of Christmas stockings; clementines are the smallest of the mandarins… more

catch

Sweet and Sour Chilli Mussels

How to… cook fish on a budget. more

crab

Potted South Devon Crab

Here’s how to prepare crab plus a recipe that is often overlooked for it’s simplicity… more

Artichoke

Jerusalem Artichoke Soup

The Vegetarian Cookery school more

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Orange Marmalade

As the supermarket shelves buckle with festive fallout, Martin Blunos explains why he likes to keep things simple… more

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Michel Roux – The Collection

The legendary chef teases with some of his favourite recipes more

Rhubarb

Rhubarb

Yoghurt pudding and poached rhubarb more

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Wine: Floral Bouquets

Clare Morris reviews some aromatic whites… more

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The Seasonal Stockpile

It’s that time of year again when we’re all desperately racking our brains as to what to buy our loved ones… more

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Potato and bacon frittatas

Surprisingly simple to make, these are always crowd pleasers at brunch. more

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Fritto Misto

Mitch Tonks’ Crisp Fried Fish… more

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Barbora’s Blog 04.2012

Greetings in April! more

strawberries

The Great British Strawberry

Tap in to the early-season favourites more

Churros

Churros n’ Choc Sauce

Similar to doughnuts, these fellas are great to eat dunked in a mug of ‘real’ drinking chocolate… more

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Rise and Dine

Start your day off with a breakfast of champions more

Wine

Dispelling the myth of English wine

Excellence exists on our own doorstep more

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Leek Soufflé

The mighty leek is a superfood in its own right. more

Pomegranate

Pomegranate Preserve

Enjoy them sprinkling them over a salad with cured ham or a nice, salty blue cheese… more

Cockles

Cockles with fennel, bacon, potatoes and cider

Let’s hear it for cockles… more

Prawn-cocktail

Barbora’s Blog 05.2012

This is the ultimate menu to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee. The menu has a hint of the past but with fresh new flavours. more

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Barbora Stiess’ Blog

Greetings to all the foodies! more

Bread-and-butter-pudding

Bread and butter pudding

The buttered croissants make this dish extra indulgent more

Parsnip-Croquettes

Crispy parsnip cakes

With maple syrup glaze more

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Onion, Cheddar and Thyme Tart

This is the perfect recipe for those late winter months when the store cupboard is running low and you are craving something deeply satisfying. more

RedCabbage

Pickled Red Cabbage

Red cabbage is a wonderfully warming winter veg that packs a lot of vitamins and minerals… more

Parsnip-Croquettes

Spiced Parsnip Croquettes

Parsnips are a sweet-flavoured root veg that can’t be beaten this time of year… more

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Artichokes Barigoule

Globe Artichokes: The dinner party fact here is that the artichoke is actually a thistle! … more

Brunch-Hash

Brunch Hash

This is one of the yummiest brunch dishes out there… more

Saag

‘Super’ saag, a versatile spinach curry

Saag (or palak) refers to a puréed spinach curry more

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Fish Easy

Four delicious sample recipes from the new book by Mitch Tonks more

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Barbora’s Blog 03.2012

Regular columnist Barbora Stiess welcomes in the changing season more

Plums

Roast plums with panna cotta

None of this ‘one for me, one for the pot’ when damson picking. more

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Celeriac Remoulade

Many people ignore what they regard as an ugly vegetable. more

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My Barcelona Kitchen

Australian cook and food writer Sophie Ruggles took a leap of faith when she moved to Spain to work as a chef… more

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A Simple Fish Stew

Mitch Tonks runs RockFish Grill & Seafood Market in Clifton, Bristol. He is an award-winning … more

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The Great Outdoors

I am going to stay with the theme of the great outdoors this month. more

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Cheese and Wine

Claire Morris fuses two festive favourites… more

Lobster

Lobster Calderetta

If you don’t mind a claw missing ask your fishmonger for a ‘cripple’, it will be cheaper and taste the same as one with two claws! more

bloodorange

Blood Orange and Star Anise Souffle

Blood Orange The blood orange is a variation of the everyday orange but with a … more

Cataplana

Cataplana of pork and clams

Portvcale, in Bath, has teamed-up with flavour to provide an insight into traditional Portuguese cooking. more

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New Wine Finds

High-quality Italian Nebbiolos with Mark Andrew more

SmokedMackrel

Smoked Mackerel

Smoked mackerel with spring onion, fennel and watercress salad with mustard dressing and croutons more

CourgetteFritters

Curried Courgette Fritters

As we enter the summer months, most people are either enjoying or bemoaning an overflowing glut of courgettes. more

Cauliflower

Cauliflower and Caraway fritters with wild garlic yoghurt

The cauliflower has undergone many transformations. more

Sourdough

Sourdough

Why not make it yourself? more

Roasted-Pumpkin

Roasted Pumpkin and Coconut Velouté

Pumpkins are often mistreated when they burst into season and are carved up for a Halloween decoration… more

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Quick Apple Crumble

Apples are one of the few homegrown fruits still to be enjoyed at this time of year… more

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My Chef

New home cooking service offering Michelin calibre dining. more

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Watercress & Gruyère Soufflé

Valentine Warner brings his home cooking to life… more

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Sweet

Irresistible desserts and drinks, cakes and bakes, by Levi Roots more

CHANADAL

Romy’s Chana Dal

Dal is favourite of both my customers and mine because it’s loved by not only the vegetarians but meat lovers too… more

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Turkish Candied Pumpkin; Kabak Tatlisi

This dessert is everywhere in Turkey in the autumn and it’s pretty fabulous… more

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Pumpkin Soup

Grate a little extra on nutmeg top just before serving to get that delicious spicy kick… more

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Nudo

Flavour’s Louis discovers nature’s secrets in Northern Italy… more

Moussaka

Moussaka

One of those dishes of which one helping is never enough… more

jerusalem

Jerusalem artichoke salad

With shaved fennel, blood orange, hazelnuts & cob nut oil more

beetroot

Lightly Pickled Summer Beetroots

With Blackcurrants and Fresh Cheese more

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Beaujolais Nouveau

This was a wine phenomenon that had merchants all over the world racing to sell the wine before their competitors… more

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Parmesan-crusted chicken burgers

Delicious served with rocket, chives and hot mustard mayonnaise. more

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Red Cabbage Soup

The Moody Goose’s more

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Out of the Ocean

Jack stein brings us the magic of the sea more

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Spaghetti with clams

This recipe is a classic mix of pasta with shellfish… more

Piquillo-Peppers

Piquillo Peppers stuffed with Brandada de Bacalao

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Lobster-Spaghettini

Lobster Spaghettini

The best start to a New Year I’ve ever had… more

PoachedSalmon

Jack Stein

Poached salmon, minted new potatoes and chargrilled baby gem.
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Carrot Remoulade

Baby Carrots: Probably the most popular addition to the shopping trolley second only to good … more

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South West Beef

The best of bovine in the South West more

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Dakshini Pepper Chicken

Here’s a Indian recipe using green peppercorns, which is rarely seen in Indian recipes.. more

bhaji

Onion and Fennel Bhajis

Tickle the taste buds of everyone from the Romans through to the present inhabitants of my fair city… more

beerbatter

Blunos’ beer batter

My beer batter – it works well with fish and also with vegetable fritters… more

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Wine: New World Order

Clare Morris reviews new world wines… more

Rhubarb

Old Down Manor’s Rhubarb and Ginger Mousse

with Sparkling Wine Jelly more

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Healthy Appetite with Gordon Ramsey

A selection of Gordon’s waist-conscious recipes more

mutton

Mutton With Quince, Chestnuts and Saffron

Quince retains its air of mystique. Even one lone fruit will scent the air if you keep it long enough. more

Grilled-lamb

Sensational Summer Sizzlers

Grilled lamb skewers, Warm steak & beetroot sandwich and Toasted garlic hummus more

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Barbora’s Blog 07.2012

The latest from The Devilled Egg Kitchen Academy more

Spring-Cabbage

Spring Cabbage Croquettes

This variety of cabbage gives us an insight into what’s to come as the first buds of spring arrive. more

Cauliflower

Cauliflower Cheese Panna Cotta

Cauliflower Cauliflower shares the same heritage as sprouts, cabbage and kale but is unique in … more

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Candied Figs

Figs: The fruit of these soft, yielding teardrops are actually the thousands of tiny bits … more

radishes

Pickled Radish

One of the earliest signs of life in the veggie patch in the British growing year. more

Seared-radishes

Seared radishes with radish leaf miso pesto

by Shu Han Lee more

PomeganateSalad

Celeriac, apple & pomegranate salad

Our Helen’s crunchy, fresh winter salad is a favourite at the St Werburghs café. more

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