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    Hairy Bikers’ Black Forest gâteau recipe

    Rich with fruit, chocolate, and cream, this 70s classic still has a place on our tables. This recipe uses dried sour cherries, but you can substitute good-quality bottled ones. Ingredients 225g/8oz butter, softened, plus extra for...

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    Lemon cake with lemon curd and double cream

    A stunning three-tiered cake filled with homemade lemon curd and cream. To save time, use good-quality ready-made lemon curd. Ingredients 350g/12oz butter, softened, plus extra for greasing 350g/12oz caster sugar 4 lemons, zest only,...

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    Beetroot and chocolate cake recipe

    Brighten up a special occasion, or cake sale, with Mary’s rich beetroot and chocolate cake recipe decorated with heart-shaped candied beetroot! For this recipe, you will need a food processor. Ingredients For the cake...

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    Piñata cake recipe

    This pretty piñata cake is fantastic for a birthday or a special occasion. It’s filled with jelly beans for a burst of color when the cake is cut into, but you can use whatever sweets you like. You will need 4 x 20cm/8in cake tins,...

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    Yaki udon recipe

    This easy noodle dish is a simple take on yaki udon, Japanese stir-fried noodles. Use precooked soft udon noodles for ease; alternatively, cook dry noodles according to the packet instructions before starting to stir-fry. Ingredients...

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    How to make barbecuing less work and more fun

    If you find yourself worried about overcooking or undercooking food or sending everyone home with food, this article is for you. These barbecue secrets can help you relax, allowing space during your cook-out to have a chat. But if you...

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    How to cook once a week and eat well every day

    The idea is to use your hob and oven to the max. Then cool down the dishes as quickly as possible, cover them, and put them in the fridge or freezer. Some might be one-pots, others ‘almost-ready-meals’ – just add pasta, rice, or...

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    This Venison Carpaccio With Cedar Jelly

    Not only does cooking reflect the culture, but it also reveals the resources found in a community’s surrounding environment. I discovered a love for food as a child, later combining my passion for cooking with the desire to know...

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    Fill Your Bread Basket With Ina Garten’s Mini Brioche Rolls

    The Barefoot Contessa’s warm, comforting mini brioche rolls maybe a little more time-consuming than what you’re accustomed to when baking, but they’re well worth the wait once you take a bite of these melt-in-your-mouth gems....

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    These Comforting Sweet Potato Blondies

    Traditional blondies get a comforting, cold-weather twist with the addition of sweet potato. These Can You Vegan It? fudgy squares can easily be made vegan-friendly by swapping in a few simple ingredients. And...

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