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INDYEATS BRUNCH ON SATURDAY: EATING OUT IN AUSTRALIA-INSPIRED CAFE AND COOKING FRENCH RECIPES AT HOME

This week in Brunch on Saturday, we visit the laid-back Ben’s Canteen and make Mimi Thorisson’s French cinnamon crepes with strawberries and cream at home Brunching out… Ben’s canteen has become a little bit of an institution for brunch. People not savvy enough to get there early (or who prefer ...

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Coffee: Health Benefits, Nutritional Information

A cup of coffee in the morning may pack more than just an energy boost. More and more research is emerging to suggest that there may be several health benefits associated with drinking this dark black beverage, from helping prevent diabetes to lowering the risk of liver disease. The consumption ...

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Jersey Royal potatoes with wild garlic and slow cooked tomatoes

Jersey Royals and wild garlic is a match made in culinary heaven and offers a wealth of delicious recipe pairings for the avid forager   Jersey royals paired with wild garlic is the culinary equivalent of the canine romance in Lady and the Tramp. Jersey royal potatoes have the pedigree ...

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Teen Vegan Network: What it’s like to swear off meat and dairy before you’re 20.

A social network for young people aged between 11 to 19 is making ditching meat and dairy less lonely Being a teenager is tough. The struggle to fit in, feel comfortable in a morphing body, and cope with seesawing emotions is something that we can all relate to. And for ...

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Mother’s Day 2017: Delight your mum with recipes from some of the UK’s top chefs

Whether you’re a seasoned cook or a first-timer, there’s no need to panic if the onus has landed on your to provide this Mother’s Day. These recipes from some of the UK’s top chefs are sure to impress Duck egg en cocotte with wild mushrooms and Gruyère cheese Dan Doherty ...

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Food waste and excessive packaging: What about wrapping up food in beeswax?

Rachel England examines the latest weird and wonderful packaging innovations that could revolutionise the future of food Food and packaging, the two go hand-in-hand. From individually wrapped oranges and superfluous plastic around single cuts of meat, to sheathed cucumbers and layers of glossy card around premium ready meals, the shelves ...

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Harvest cookbook recipes: Three ways to make the most of spring produce

Spring is just around the corner so make the most of the fresh new produce with food blogger Emile Guelpa’s recipes for lamb, salads and blood orange dessert t’s official – spring is on its way (even if it doesn’t feel like it). Which means fresh new seasonal produce on ...

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How to cook the perfect steak

It’s a little-known technique that could transform your at-home steaks. Steak. It’s a divisive food about which people have strong opinions. Cut, preparation, cooking method, duration of cooking and serving are all up for debate. Everyone has their own favourite method – some swear by oiling the steak not the ...

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Vegan wine: Meet the woman removing the fish bladders and eggs from our bottles of red

A vineyard in San Fransisco is on a quest to prove that wine can be cruelty-free. If you think wine is just made of some crushed up grapes fermented in a barrel, think again. Fish bladder protein, crushed crustacean shells, egg whites, gelatin, and casein milk protein are all commonly-used ...

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