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Pasta shells stuffed with herb-roasted winter squash and Parmigiano Reggiano, over a layer of rich marinara tomato sauce and blanketed in a cheesy, no-cook white sauce. #parmesan #pasta #vegetables #cheese #familyfood #winter #recipe

Pasta shells stuffed with herb-roasted winter squash and Parmigiano Reggiano, over a layer of rich marinara tomato sauce and blanketed in a cheesy, no-cook white sauce. ** Winter is calling, and this family-friendly baked pasta recipe is the answer. Pottering in the kitchen, with the drizzle steadily falling on already soggy ground, is an especial …

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This humble cabbage, sweet onion and porcini mushroom soup is as simple, honest, and delicious as it gets. Served hot and slurpy with flecks of wild rice, it's the kind of soup that comforts and fortifies body and spirit. Fit this into your autumn and winter lunch or dinner repertoire for a nourishing, earthy boost.

This humble cabbage, sweet onion and porcini mushroom soup is as simple, honest, and delicious as it gets. Served hot and slurpy with flecks of wild rice, it’s the kind of soup that comforts and fortifies body and soul. Fit this into your autumn and winter lunch or dinner repertoire for a nourishing, earthy boost. …

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A perfect winter into spring salad for when you are craving fresh, healthy flavours, jewel-like colours and snappy textures. Blood orange, massaged kale (yep, it's still around!), creamy avocado dressing and toasty, smoky coconut flakes are what you want right now. Vegan and full of nutritious but luxurious tastes.

A perfect winter into spring salad for when you are craving fresh, healthy flavours, jewel-like colours and snappy textures. Blood orange, massaged kale (yep, it’s still around!), creamy avocado dressing and toasty, smoky coconut bacon are what you want right now. Vegan and full of nutritious but luxurious tastes. This is just the sort of the thing …

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Many of my recipes are dreamed about, cogitated upon, mulled over and carefully contemplated before I even write them down. Most commonly I will think about recipes pretty much out of thin air, a kind of “what would happen if I combined this with this?” approach – the madder the better. But also, more prosaically, ideas are …

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It’s all about the dressing…A salad. In February. Am I mad? An explanation: Being this tantalisingly close in the year to warmth, spring colour and fresh tastes I am really craving bright food. Okay, I’m always craving food – bright food – but lately it borders on stark-eyed obsession. The seemingly endless months of low, blue-tinged light …

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