Roast tomatoes, fennel & chickpeas with preserved lemons & honey

It might seem a hassle to roast the fennel and tomatoes separately, but it does make things easier when you come to assemble this, as each element stays intact and keeps its shape. You can use flat-leaf parsley or mint leaves instead of coriander in the dressing, or extend the…

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Cider-brined chicken with prunes, chestnuts and baby onions

An excellent Christmas option if you don’t want to cook a turkey. It’s as bronze as a footballer’s WAG (the brine, because it contains sugar, means that the skin becomes a good deep colour) and looks glorious. Some farmers produce really big chickens for Christmas and Easter: Fosse Meadows have…

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In Other News: Vegetable know-how from Mildreds

Mildred’s chef & co-author Sarah Wasserman shares some essential tips… At Mildred’s we attract a range of people – from hardcore vegans to carnivores who just fancy a change. In honor of vegetarian week we’d like to help anyone out there who is thinking of going vegetarian, whether its for…

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