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Delicious UK Apr-18

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the inspiration issue

Do you rememberthe first time something you tasted made an impression on you? Food, by its nature, has its roots in culture, in the things our mothers, fathers, grandparents and friends cooked – and still cook. The experiences of our youth (good and bad) resonate in the eating of our adulthood. As we grow up, learn new things and travel, inspiration comes from other sources: from places we visit, trying dishes that assail, tease, please and sometimes challenge our taste buds. Combine tantalising flavours with sunshine and a view over sea or snow-covered mountains, add laughter and good conversation around the table and the pleasure is heightened. But equally that happy memory can be a solitary one, sitting alone eating a bowl of the sweetest, plumpest mussels in a bustling café,…

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five quick things to make with… radishes

The super-simple side Braised herby radishes V SERVES 4. HANDS-ON TIME 15 MIN Heat 50g butter in a large deep pan over a medium-high heat, then add 350g mixed seasonal radishes, halved or quartered depending on size. Turn down the heat to medium and cook for 1 minute. Add 1 crushed garlic clove and 100ml dry white wine. Turn up the heat and bubble for 5 minutes until most of the liquid has evaporated. Season, then stir in a large handful of mixed chopped fresh dill, parsley and mint. Serve warm. 2 Quick radish pickle Thinly slice a bunch of radishes, put in a bowl and stir in 3 tbsp each red wine vinegar and caster sugar. Set aside for 10 minutes to infuse and gently pickle, then stir in chopped fresh dill and a…

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april five good things to do

1 Book… …tickets to see The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, out on 20 April. First it was a bestselling book and now it’s a film, with cast including Lily James (right), Matthew Goode and Penelope Wilton. It’s a (fictional) story of life on Guernsey during the German occupation in World War II (not fictional). Times were hard and food was scarce – hence the potato peel pies. It will be interesting to see how the book’s format (a series of letters) translates to the big screen. 2 Read… …First Catch: Study of a Spring Meal (£16.99; Hardie Grant) by rising-star chef and food writer Thom Eagle. There’s a slew of books that plough a similar furrow, but not to the standard of this collection of cloth-bound musings. The topics he…

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our top choices this month…

FANTASTIC MR FOX I’m a sucker for new tea towels (my kitchen drawer is full of them) and I’m always on the lookout for something a bit funky. I love the clean colours and design of this range and have bought two sets! Scion Living by Dexam Mr Fox tea towels, £15 for a set of two, in two colourways HERE COMES THE SUN In my dreams I’m all set for summer with this portable pizza oven, which doubles as a barbie. It’s not cheap but it’ll be the star of my outdoor feasts. Firepod portable stone-baked pizza oven in azure blue, £445 MY GO-TO SNACK… I always keep a bowl of tomatoes on the side and this mix from the Isle of Wight is packed with flavour. Tomato Stall speciality mixed tomato punnet, £1.95…

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from our inbox...

STAR EMAIL SUBJECT: Less is more FROM : Genesta Gunn How inspiring it was to read Julian Baggini’s article “When ‘just saying no’ is a wise move” [March, p36]. Every year I give up sweet treats for Lent and am often quizzed: “I didn’t know you were religious” or “Is it to lose weight?” My reason is always the same: to reset my body and appreciate things. It’s too easy to nip into a coffee shop and leave with a cake and a drink with no thought that a treat has now become an everyday thing. During Lent I cook more, make my lunches and appreciate the luxuries. The bad habits do sneak back, but when I ask: “Do I really need this?” most of the time the answer is no. SUBJECT: No myths,…

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in this month...

1564 William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon on 26 April. The playwright often referenced food and drink, famously observing in Romeo and Juliet: “’Tis an ill cook that cannot lick his own fingers.” 1789 A mutiny took place on Royal Navy ship Bounty when the captain William Bligh was set adrift in the South Pacific on 28 April during a voyage to collect breadfruit trees from Tahiti. 1912 Oysters, roast squab and Waldorf pudding were served in first class at the last dinner on the Titanic before it hit an iceberg at 11.40pm on 14 April and sunk three hours later. 1944 Alice Waters was born on 28 April in New Jersey. In 1971 she started organic Californian restaurant Chez Panisse. Now world-famous, it’s been credited with founding the farm-to-table movement.…