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Sip soup to fight poverty

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On Friday 30 March, Christian Aid is running a souper soup lunch event asking everyone to make soup and make a donation to charity at the same time. We've suggested some soups to try if you're taking part

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Foodie fun at the Oxford Literary Festival

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It's the Oxford Literary Festival at the end of this month. And good for them, they haven't kept it just to classic literature, but have plenty of food-related events going on too. We're going to a talk by Matthew Fort all about food writing, and there are a lot of other lectures and events going on.

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Spiced Orange Cake

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Sometimes the best recipes are created when you lack the ingredients you need. In this case, swapping lemons for oranges led to a delicious Spiced Orange Cake with a lovely drizzly icing!

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Fabulous baking class in Cornwall

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Tom Herbert aka the older brother of the Fabulous Baking Brothers is running a one-off baking weekend in Cornwall this May. It's held at Bedruthan Steps Hotel, an exceptionally family friendly hotel between Newquay and Padstow on the north coast and it looks great

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How to be healthy without even trying

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Laura ditches tea and coffee and goes green for a week. Green tea that is! Will she notice the health benefits in such a short amount of time?

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Crême brulée – the perfect recipe

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After watching the film Amelie, Laura sets about making the pefect Crême brulée recipe. Serve with a small teaspoon and a twinkle in the eye, before cracking the top in a most satisfying way

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Carpaccio of beetroot

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A fantastic salad that's full of texture and colour and ideal for a warm spring day...

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Quail’s egg salad with brussel sprout puree

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If like most people you're not too keen on Brussel sprouts, then try this recipe where they're pureed and topped with lentils and a perfectly cooked quails egg!

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The Thali Cafe – 5 things you didn’t know

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5 things you didn't know about the Thali Cafe - the kitschy, colourful Bristol institution that does fantastic Indian food

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