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Nassima Rothacker There is nothing new about toast and jam, but add a lick of whipped ricotta and it’s a whole different story.You can also replace the jam with fresh or cooked fruit: sliced strawberries or fresh figs are a winner.

Nassima Rothacker Red onion, smoked fish and cream cheese is a heavenly combination to me: it’s oily, salty, sharp and creamy.It’s also hard to execute badly, but I do think charring the capers and red onion adds a little extra flourish.

A coastal Dorset home that is the base for the multifaceted creative life of its owners Georgian A coastal Dorset home that is the base for the multifaceted creative life of its owners Gilder Claire Mosley's perfect restoration of a ravaged Georgian house City Gilder Claire Mosley's perfect restoration of a ravaged Georgian house A dream eighteenth-century house in Bath restored by designer Patrick Williams Houses by members of The List A dream eighteenth-century house in Bath restored by designer Patrick Williams A specialist in historical paint techniques has faithfully restored his Georgian house in east London City A specialist in historical paint techniques has faithfully restored his Georgian house in east London Ben Pentreath's Bloomsbury Flat City Ben Pentreath's Bloomsbury Flat Characterful furniture and clever combinations of colour in an 18th-century house in Bath City Characterful furniture and clever combinations of colour in an 18th-century house in Bath A farmhouse restored with soul by our designer of the year, Maria Speake of Retrouvius Houses by our Top 100 Interior Designers A farmhouse restored with soul by our designer of the year, Maria Speake of Retrouvius Ben Pentreath and his husband Charlie McCormick's triumphantly restored Dorset parsonage Country Ben Pentreath and his husband Charlie McCormick's triumphantly restored Dorset parsonage Sensitively-restored Pitshill House is the winner of our 2019 Project of the Year Award House & Garden's Top 100 Interior Designers Sensitively-restored Pitshill House is the winner of our 2019 Project of the Year Award Why Bowood remains the epitome of an eighteenth-century English country house Country Why Bowood remains the epitome of an eighteenth-century English country house A Georgian house in Whitechapel sensitively restored London Houses A Georgian house in Whitechapel sensitively restored Timeless elegance is the name of the game in this Venetian designer's beautifully restored Neoclassical home Georgian Timeless elegance is the name of the game in this Venetian designer's beautifully restored Neoclassical home

Wood, gifted with second sight, saw 200 years beyond the laureate and built it specially for Lord Berners, its late occupant.Like all the rest of the house this room, filled with flowers of the brighter colours, arranged under the Lord Berners himself.

coccinea, which appeared in the same year in Curtis's Botanical Magazine, indi­cates that Lady Holland had been pipped to the post.coccinea had flowered in the garden of John Fraser, a little-known plant hunter who ran a nursery in Sloane Square.

Rachel Whiting Octavia Dickinson has achieved a very clever trick: she has conjured up a country house in the middle of London.As the plentiful paintings and prints on the walls attest, Octavia comes from an art background.

Apricot sorbet with tejas dulces de Sevilla Andalusian recipes from José Pizarro's new book Apricot sorbet with tejas dulces de Sevilla Apricot and rosemary galette Recipes for April Apricot and rosemary galette Pistachio, apricot and orange blossom cake The Best Seasonal Recipes For August Pistachio, apricot and orange blossom cake Baked Apricot and Almond Croutes Desserts and Cakes Baked Apricot and Almond Croutes Baked apricots with raspberries Dessert Recipes Baked apricots with raspberries Blanche Vaughan Apricots in orange flower syrup with burnt honey and yogurt pannacotta Dessert Recipes Apricots in orange flower syrup with burnt honey and yogurt pannacotta Apricot Puddings with Caramel Sauce Our favourite Christmas desserts Apricot Puddings with Caramel Sauce Apricot & Pistachio Crumble Baking recipes Apricot & Pistachio Crumble

Tim Beddow George Orwell, who wrote the novel Nineteen Eighty-four in a remote farmhouse on Jura, once described the island as 'an extremely un-getable place'.Standing as sentinels over this, and dominating the seascapes, are the scree-covered Paps which rise to over 760 metres.

Meanwhile, heat the olive oil in a separate pan and gently cook the garlic and chilli for 2-3 minutes or until the garlic is golden brown.Return the pan containing the broccoli cooking water to the heat and bring to the boil.

Knead for a few minutes on a cold floured surface, wrap in clingfilm and chill for at least 30 minutes.Heat the oven to 200°C/fan oven 180°C/mark 6.

This recipe features a mix of cooked apple and fresh apple, which creates a nice texture.When the apple filling is ready, evenly spread it over the base of the cooked tart shell.

This sausage pasta recipe from from Jamie Oliver's Super Food Family Classics is a tasty solution for a family supper.Pop the lid on, boil for 5 minutes, then remove, leaving the water on the lowest heat.

If any of the mussels are open, squeeze them closed between your fingers and discard any that fail to remain closed.Place your mussels in a clean bowl of cold water and discard any that float to the surface.

Moules marinière recipe Christopher Howe's recipes for a relaxed lunch party Moules marinière recipe Baked rhubarb with hazelnut meringues Christopher Howe's recipes for a relaxed lunch party Baked rhubarb with hazelnut meringues Beetroot salad with mustard yoghurt dressing, toasted walnuts and dill Christopher Howe's recipes for a relaxed lunch party Beetroot salad with mustard yoghurt dressing, toasted walnuts and dill Onion tart recipe Christopher Howe's recipes for a relaxed lunch party Onion tart recipe Cucumber salad with roasted celery Christopher Howe's recipes for a relaxed lunch party Cucumber salad with roasted celery Smoked trout paté with garden chives Christopher Howe's recipes for a relaxed lunch party Smoked trout paté with garden chives

Jade Young Fish & chips and cups of tea aside, nothing is more quintessentially British than rhubarb and custard.Normally this would be presented as a rhubarb crumble with lumpy custard, the rhubarb picked from the garden, of course.

Michael Sinclair Ingredients 5 large beetroot 1tbsp Dijon mustard 1tbsp wholegrain mustard 2tbsp thick Greek yogurt 1 garlic clove, peeled and crushed 1tsp honey 1/2 lemon, juiced 50ml extra-virgin olive oil 50g walnuts Bunch of dill Method Scrub the beetroot with a vegetable brush and remove the stalks.Boil whole in a medium saucepan for 45 minutes to 1 hour (test with a knife to check they are cooked through).

I was the best at making aubergine masala, so she allowed me to call it my signature dish – I’ve made it ever since.Reduce the heat to medium–high and add 1 tablespoon of the oil to the pan.

Simon Brown What is it about a space that makes us feel at home?Each individual’s home needs to feel like a place of refuge from the rest of the world.

Even so, completing on a house when seven months pregnant and being determined to redecorate entirely before giving birth was ‘quite a punchy move’, concedes Pandora Sykes, a writer and co-host of the weekly culture podcast The High Low.More so, when one learns that Pandora had never done anything similar before.

Down one of the medina's 9,000-plus alleys, you will find Café Clock, perfect for a break from shopping.Coin Berbère sells quality antiques and curios - from Berber jewellery to carpets - and an entire afternoon can be spent in the carpet emporium Palais du Trésor.
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