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London :: United Kingdom | 28 days ago

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Yotam Ottolenghi's chocolate, rose and walnut ice-cream recipe: 'For all the beauty of a single-flavour, single scoop, sometimes it's fun to play.' Food styling: Katie Giovanni. Photograph: Colin Campbell for the Guardian To describe a food as melt-

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London :: United Kingdom | 1 month ago

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Jonathan Lovekin for Observer Food Monthly Five easy desserts for summer that make the most of the season's perfect marriages from strawberries and cream and mango and lemon, to vanilla and caramel and rhubarb and custard. Strawberries with saffron

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Linz :: Austria | 1 month ago

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Yotam Ottolenghi's spicy linzer thumbprint cookies: 'In LInz, whole tortes filled with jam are a Christmas treat.' Photograph: Colin Campbell for the Guardian. Food styling: Claire Ptak Flour, eggs, butter and sugar: four kitchen staples with a world

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London :: United Kingdom | 2 months ago

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20 minutes plus cooling Cooking time: 1 hour 5 minutes Difficulty: Easy Makes 8 175ml (6fl.oz) light olive oil 250g (9oz) caster sugar 2 medium eggs 150g (5oz) ground almonds Finely grated zest and juice of 1 medium orange 7.5ml (1 ½ tsp) freshly

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Melbourne :: Australia | 3 months ago

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For the chocolate ganache 320g dark chocolate, finely chopped 400g pouring cream 40g glucose 70g butter, at room temperature for the sugar syrup ¼ cup caster sugar Makes one 20cm cake, serves 10-12   Preheat oven to 160ºC. Grease a deep 20cm round

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Brussels :: Belgium | 3 months ago

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Yotam Ottolenghi's chilled rice pudding with alphonsos and lime syrup: 'In India, news headlines announce the start of the alphonso season.' Photograph: Colin Campbell for the Guardian. Food styling: Claire Ptak After I finished this ode to my

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London :: United Kingdom | 3 months ago

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Emma Lee for the Guardian My final meal would follow a scientific progression. First, a dry martini just the one to take the edge off, but not enough for numbness...I would follow with the steadying combination of a red burgundy, Wigmore sheep's milk

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Paris :: France | 3 months ago

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Helen Cathcart I don't know for sure when it all started. Perhaps on that early morning of an endless Paris summer when I pushed the door to the empty patisserie and walked down the stairs of what would become a home of some kind. A home where aprons

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London :: United Kingdom | 6 months ago

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Rhubarb isn't generally something you would deep-fry, but this really works nicely, especially with the creamy sweet custard...Enough cold milk to make a light batter Vegetable or corn oil for deep-frying For the custard One-third of a vanilla pod

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Athens :: Greece | 7 months ago

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Growing up, my mum's consisted of bought components layered together Swiss roll, custard, and jelly out of a sachet. I can't say I remember it with much fondness Actually, the further I get from those early memories with my trifles, the better! If

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