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Valentine’s Day Dins – Rhubarb and Custard Pavlova Recipe

I think I’d be just as pleased if Jamie came home with a bouquet of rhubarb stems for me on Valentine’s Day as if he brought home flowers.  Could there be a more fitting ingredient than these beautiful, shocking pink stems of forced rhubarb for a romantic meal?  Preferably with custard. I combined this classic…

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When Habitat came to our house…

Back in September last year it was a massive honour to be featured in Habitat’s ‘Habitat Voyeur’ series. For those who aren’t familiar, it’s a feature they run on the website which snoops around people’s houses and shows some of the gorgeous Habitat products in situ. Previous profiles include my friend Alice Levine, Laura Jackson…

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Slow Sunday Recipe: a warming, nourishing rhubarb crumble

The result was utterly delicious and I thought I should share the recipe with you here because it was so simple. Rhubarb is just coming into season and I just cannot get enough of cooking with it at the moment. It’s just one of my favourite all-time ingredients – I love the way it transforms with sugar into a sherbety, sour goo, and I’m so excited that we’ve inherited a crown of it down at the allotment. Expect more rhubarb recipes coming soon and please comment and share your favourites with me too as I’d love to know your go-to rhubarb recipes.

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Recipe for the weekend: Creamy Jerusalem Artichoke Pie

Sweet, earthy and incredibly nutty, I feel they are one of the most exciting luxuries of the winter larder, and while I love them roasted, skin-on, to crispy caramelised lusciousness with rare roast beef, this recipe makes them the centrepiece and uses their flavour to lace a savoury pie befitting of any special dinner or Sunday lunch.

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