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A toast to barley!

Simon Walsh makes Lemon barley water and Michaelmas-style turkey drumsticks

Eggs and peaches

Terence Handley MacMath whips up Eggs Benedict

Sweet saints

Simon Walsh makes gazpacho and coconut ice

Roses in a stew

Terence Handley McMath cooks chickpea tagine with rose harissa paste followed by almond and pistachio cake with rose water

Pilgrim’s repast

Simon Walsh makes pasta with asparagus cream and a strawberry pavlova

Picnic à la 1937

Terence Handley MacMath makes a choose fondue, grain de courgettes, and Marmalade tart

Best of British

Simon Walsh cooks Roast-beef Yorkshires and Gooseberry fool 

Festival chocolate

Terence Handley MacMath shares recipes for cake, biscuits and bars

Lenten substitute

Simon Walsh cooks Smoked haddock tartiflette, followed by Salted caramel meringue pie

Bathtime reading

Cookery: IF YOU enjoy a cookery book that appeals to both memory and the imagination, Ambrose Heath's The Country Life Cookery Book, first published in 1937 and now reprinted, is a treat

Taste of sunshine

Cookery: Simon Walsh makes marmalade, and then chocolate orange steamed sponge

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How to make freshers welcome: ten top tips

Churches of all types can offer a much-needed spiritual home to new students, says Sally Hitchiner  Read More

Tue 6 Oct 15 @ 15:15
RT @tswyattStill keen to speak to any Christians who are at the Conservative party conference #cpc15 Please email and RT

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How to make freshers welcome: ten top tips by @SallyHitchiner