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Lucy Bee’s Spiced Apple and Cranberry Porridge

Porridge has been around forever and will never become boring - especially when you can so easily adapt the toppings to suit your mood. Lucy Bee's spiced apple recipe really mixes it up, making it very...
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10 Must-Try Autumn Recipes

Warm up on those chilly autumn evenings with a bite or a bowl of one of our favourite autumnal chef recipes. 1 Madeline Shaw's soup with blackberry and basil sauce The perfect choice for a filling...
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Pippa Murray’s Bakewell Tart Waffle

Pippa Murray uses a tasty combination of cherry and almond in these waffles to create an irresistible breakfast. Inspired by the good ole’ classic English pud, the Bakewell tart, this warming waffle is...
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Searcys’ Toad-In-The-Hole

Searcys has crafted its own sausage using a recipe from Mrs Beeton - using 80% British freedom food pork.  Bacon and porter jam takes this familiar much-loved dish to a new level of comfort and...
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Mindful Chef’s Beef Burger

Juicy and bursting with flavour - the Mindful Chef's Mindful Burger makes a decadently meaty mouthful. Serves 2 people Ingredients For the burger: • 300g beef mince • 2 tbsp. white miso paste...
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Searcys’ Smoked Salmon Fishcakes

To make these fishcakes, it is worth seeking out the best smoked available as it will make all the difference to the finished dish. The accompanying tartar salad owes much to the more usual tartar sauce but...
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Tom Hunt’s Goat And Broad Bean Pilaf

A delicious and aromatic Middle Eastern dish made of rice cooked in a rich broth of onions and spices, pilaf works brilliantly with the richness of goat meat. Try making Tom Hunt's flavoursome recipe for a...
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Dominique Eloise’s Lemon Crunch Pots

If you love decadent desserts, you'll love the nutty taste of these lemon crunch pots with a moreish biscuit base. They don’t keep very well so it’s best to eat them straight from the oven or reheat them...