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Not a detox salad but a welcome to spring, summer and salads. Kale can be prepped the day before eating, then topped and dressed with the smoked oil vinaigrette and addictive nutty topping just before serving. This is perfect as a substantial side salad, or topped with your protein of choice for a "meal salad". Add new potatoes or asparagus in spring, and pan-roasted sweetcorn in the height of summer.

Not a detox salad but a welcome to spring, summer and salads. Kale can be prepped the day before eating, thenΒ topped and dressed with the smoked oil vinaigrette and addictiveΒ nutty topping just before serving. This is perfect as a substantial side salad, or topped with your protein of choice for a “meal salad”. Add new …

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An easy starter for Easter, or a simple lunch with crispbreads, this Scandinavian-style recipe of smoked fish, horseradish yogurt cream and quick pickled samphire and cucumber ribbons is an easy way to impress.

In partnership with Waitrose. An easy starter for Easter, or a simple lunch with crispbreads, this Scandinavian-style recipe of smoked fish, horseradish yogurt cream and quick pickled samphire and cucumber ribbons is an easy way to impress. Today’s recipe is almost too simple to even call it a recipe. But I just have to share …

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Chestnuts and celeriac bring out the best in each other in this luxurious, velvety smooth low calorie winter soup. Add an easy foam, plus horseradish-truffle toast to make it fancy - even on a wet weekday afternoon. The soup is gluten-free and vegan.

Chestnuts and celeriac bring out the best in each other in this luxurious, velvety smooth low calorie winter soup. Add an easy foam, plus horseradish-truffle toast to make it fancy – even on a wet weekdayΒ afternoon. The soup is gluten-free and vegan. Celeriac is not a marketer’s dream. Unlike TuscanΒ kale, with its glossy-green good looks, …

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Hope you don’t mind, but I want to throw another breakfast recipe your way. Don’t worry, I’m not sneaking in kale or tofu this time, just a scoop of cottage cheese. Which isn’t too odd if you think about it. Many of you will have had, or heard of, ricotta pancakes. This is just a …

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I trust you all had a lovely Easter and, that as well as spending time with family, you’ve had your fill of chocolate. Dark, milk, plain, white or studded with all manner of added-value add-ins, chocolate is nigh on impossible to ignore at this time of year. Falling hard on the heels of the official …

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