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Cor for courgettes: Mary-Ellen McTague's recipes for how to make the most of courgettes

Colin Campbell for the Guardian. Food styling: Nico Ghirlando<p>Mary-Ellen McTague's stuffed courgette flowers: Serve as a starter, or as a garnish for risotto, pasta or roast lamb. Photograph: Colin Campbell for the Guardian. Food styling: Nico …

Lunch recipes for your bento box

<b>If you’re a committed packed-luncher, like us, chances are your mum, or a well-meaning soul, will have given you a bento box. You may also have ignored it in favour of filling an empty Carte D’Or container with pasta salad. Forget sculpting panda faces out of rice and sesame seeds, here’s some</b> …

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10 gluten-free baking blogs you need to know about

With the new series of the Great British Bake Off warming up, baking is back in full swing. But don’t feel left out if you are gluten-intolerant. There are plenty of inspirational recipes to choose from on our selection of beautiful blogs.<p>1. Canelle et Vanille<p>As stylish as the recipes are …

Readers' recipe swap: gluten-free recipes

This week you proved there are no limits to free-from food., and the stories behind your recipes this week were as intriguing as the dishes themselves. Jenny Barret tells us how, as a child, she discovered crisp, doughy bhajis after gluten-rich cakes had suddenly become off-limits. On the savoury …

Gluten-free lunches on the go

Buying a gluten-free lunch on the go without spending a small fortune or resorting to mass-produced sushi can be challenging. Decent, filling salads are significantly more expensive than sandwiches, usually because “the man” cannot trick you as to the actual quantity of ingredients involved: no …

The top 50 apps for creative minds

Our pick of the best tablet and smartphone tools to enable you to make video, music, art and more<p>There’s an ongoing argument in the technology world about whether tablets and smartphones are more focused on consumption than creativity. As time has gone on, though, the number of apps helping us do …

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Venice attractions: eight of the city's best lesser-known sights

Our Venice expert offers a guide to the city's lesser-known spots, from small museum to off-the-beaten-track districts<p>Hoping to avoid the crowds of St Mark's, the crush in the Doge's Palace and the queues at the Gallerie dell'Accademia?<p>Anne Hanley, Telegraph Travel's Venice expert and a resident of …

Belo Monte, Brazil: The tribes living in the shadow of a megadam

By the Great Bend of the Xingu river in the depths of Amazonia, the Juruna tribe is being drowned by what seems at first sight to be a flood of TV game-show prizes.<p>There’s a shiny new motorboat moored by the old canoe, the latest four-wheel drive parked beside a chicken coop, satellite dishes …

Seven ways to end loneliness

In the run-up to Christmas most of us make the extra effort to spend time with our family and friends – and this time with loved ones reminds us of those who are sadly without such companionship. A recent BBC poll revealed that 10% of those aged over 65 expect to spend Christmas mostly on their own …

Welcome to Manus, the island that has been changed forever by Australian asylum-seeker policy

Manus Island,Papua New Guinea,Australian immigration and asylum,Refugees,Australia news,Australian politics,Asia Pacific,Scott Morrison,theguardian.com,Features<p>The people of this Papua New Guinean outpost had no say in the decision to build a detention centre here. But, as this exclusive …

Lewis Hamilton is the world champion that Mercedes and F1 needs

The haters will still hate, but Hamilton should be admired for his honesty, sincerity, dedication and pure talent. The boy who grew up in the public eye has come of age<p><b>Lewis Hamilton</b> is the right winner of this world championship and the right winner for Formula One. He has come of age this season, …

Jenson Button hopes to drive another day after emotional ‘last’ race

Jenson Button said his family and friends had made his “last” race in Formula One an emotional experience here on Sunday . Button continued his fine recent form by finishing fifth in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix but still does not know whether it was his final race because a terminally indecisive …

How I use iOS apps to manage my calendar and daily tasks

I’m sure I’m not alone in thinking that my work day is chaotic. There never seems to be enough time, and keeping track of where I’m supposed to be …

Bernie Ecclestone does not want double-points F1 finale next season

Bernie Ecclestone, the Formula One chief executive, has said he does not want a repeat of his controversial scheme to award double points at the last race of the season.<p>The innovation, which could decide the world title between the Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg at the final race …

Four technology addicts describe how their habit affects their lives

Can't wake up in the morning without reaching for your smartphone and tablet? Less interested in your family than the virtual friends you've made in cyberspace? Yes, you are an addict<p><b>Emily Bryce-Perkins (above), 29, is a publicist who lives in north London. She uses Facebook, Instagram and Twitter</b> …

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When Microsoft becomes the soul of a Google machine

Windows has dominated the laptop market for decades. Android, on the other hand, has dominated the smartphone market for only about four years with …

Surfer Liz Clark

An exploratory surfer keeps sailing to find the Pacific’s most secret breaks.<p>Clouds grew out of nothing into giant thunderheads. The wind went from calm to 40 knots and slammed head on into the 40-foot sailboat. Liz Clark was alone in the middle of a 1,300-mile passage to Bora Bora from Kiribati, a …

These Are The Most Creative Techie Resumes We’ve Ever Seen

And these days, a traditional resume often just won't cut it.<p>We've found cool, eye-catching resumes on Instagram and Pinterest, but these are the most creative techie resumes we've seen over the years.

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Tanzania accused of backtracking over sale of Masai’s ancestral land

Tanzania,Africa,World news,Conservation,Environment,Dubai,United Arab Emirates,Middle East and North Africa,Prince Andrew,UK news,Safaris,Travel<p>Masai told to leave historic homeland by end of the year so it can become a hunting reserve for the Dubai royal family<p>Tanzania has been accused of reneging …

Man and Uber Man

Uber, Travis Kalanick’s smartphone-based car service, has been valued at $18.2 billion, but its C.E.O. still spends a lot of his time on the warpath. His enemies include the taxi industry, regulators around the world, his rivals, and even, on occasion, his customers.<p>Every now and then, when he’s …

Tropical getaways: readers’ tips

<b>Winning tip</b><p><b>Pakachi Beach hotel, Zanzibar</b><p>I had the most relaxing holiday of my life here: funky bar, great people, fantastic food. Steve has some ingenious environmental projects, including filling plastic bottles with sand or earth for use as bricks.<i><br>+255 77 362 1086,</i> <i>pakachi.com</i><i>, doubles from</b> …

Isis reconciles with al-Qaida group as Syria air strikes continue

Air strikes continued to target Islamic State (Isis) positions near the Kurdish town of Kobani and hubs across north-east Syria on Sunday, as the terror group moved towards a new alliance with Syria’s largest al-Qaida group that could help offset the threat from the air.<p>Jabhat al-Nusra, which has …

Big Tobacco Is Ramming Home the Message About the Dangers of E-Cigarettes

When it comes to e-cigarettes, large tobacco companies are suddenly stepping up warnings about their own products, the New York <i>Times</i> …

Australia's Plan to Outsource Its Refugee Problem to Cambodia Won't Work

“Let them eat cake.” Australia’s Minister for Immigration Scott Morrison did everything but utter the unsavory phrase attributed to Marie Antoinette …