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Cookery

Colour and crunch

Terence Handley MacMath makes salads

Savouring summer

Cookery: Mackerel escabèche; Plum sauce

Summer savouries

Cookery: Walnut roast, Tomato fondue

Oil of gladness

Simon Walsh: preparing a marinade, Strawberry crème brûlée

Green for Trinity

Cookery: Coconut fish curry; Coconut-cream bonbons

 

Spice up a picnic

Cookery: Bang bang chicken; Millionaire's shortbread 

Jamie’s good idea

Cookery: THE Trussell Trust has done a great deal to feed hungry people, but I hope that every church in the UK, the United States, and Australia will join in Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution Day next Friday, 16 May, and perhaps centre an event around it.

Paschal pleasures

Simon Walsh cooks Omelette Arnold Bennett, followed by Simnel cakes

Sprinkled with gold

Terence Handley MacMath: Cauliflower rice, Curly kale, Baked vegetables, Banana tarte tatin

A day for St David

Simon Walsh cooks Lamb casserole, followed by Junket

When in Rome . . .

Terence Handley MacMath cooks Millecosedde soup 

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When the nation needs a shared sense of sacrifice

War memorials have been made more Christian, but this has blurred distinctions between faith and patriotism, says John Wolffe  Subscribe to read more

Tue 30 Sep 14 @ 15:27
To update readers, we are tracking the case of former Bishop of Gloucester Peter Ball at Old Bailey. Case will next be listed 27/10/2014

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