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7 WAYS TO ACHIEVE WORK HAPPINESS DURING LOCKDOWN

As so many of us are frantically turning our bedrooms, living rooms and gardens (?!) into fully functioning office spaces and attempting to restore regular routine to our working from our now exclusively, remote schedules, […]

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Wildlife Photography at Home

Extract taken from Wildlife Photography at Home by Richard Peters   There is something intensely satisfying about being in the presence of wildlife. I often think of my camera viewfinder as a private window into […]

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Roasted squash and celery with sour cherries, Brazil nuts and aioli

This dish is a good example of how creative you can be when making a salad. Forgetting rules about which ingredients you should use in a salad, or how they should be prepared, allows for […]

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Indian fried egg toast

I had to put this recipe in, even though mine varies from the original, created by a chef named Kejriwal. It is more or less a variation of Bombay’s famous Chilli Cheese Toast and is sold […]

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Rack of Lamb with Mango & Chilli Salad

The Indian name of this dish translates literally as ‘five fingers of ginger’, but ‘fingers’ alludes to the bones in a small rack of lamb. Use good-quality meat, as the cooking process is short and does not […]

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The real-life history behind The Slaughterman’s Daughter by Yaniv Iczkovits…

To celebrate the publication of The Slaughterman’s Daughter, we asked author Yaniv Iczkovits to tell us about the real-life history behind his sprawling historical epic.       Growing up in Israel, I always felt […]

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Baked Whole Vacherin Mont d’Or with Rosemary Crispbreads

  This is my go-to starter in the winter when I am a bit pushed for time but want something utterly delicious so my guests don’t feel like I’m cheating! The first time I tasted […]

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AUTHOR Q&A WITH SELENA NELSON

When did you decide to go Vegan and why? I’ve always seen myself as an animal lover. By 2017 – when I went vegan – I’d already stopped eating meat, but when I discovered how […]

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Tom Watson’s Downsizing Journey

This week, we’re offering you a January treat to inspire you to have a healthy year ahead – a sneak peek of former Deputy Leader of the Labour Party Tom Watson’s first book. Downsizing documents Watson’s […]

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Charm of the Month

The wishbone After Christmas dinner, the turkey’s wishbone – the V-shaped bone above its breastbone – is taken out, cleaned and left to dry, which will be faster if placed by the fire. As soon […]

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Christmas Gift Guide

This Christmas, give the gift of books… TATE: Photography Decoded Peeling back the layers of everything from the earliest daguerreotypes to your latest selfie, you will discover where to find meaning in an image, and […]

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A seasonal wreath

Making a wreath gets you a little closer to nature and is a wonderful way to celebrate seasonal changes and bring indoors a little bit of feel-good wildness. You can do this any time of […]

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