Lorraine Mallett

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Beer can barbecue jerk chicken recipe

Sit your barbecue jerk chicken on a beer can for the ultimate moist, spicy flavours.<p><i>Serves 6</i><p><i>For the marinade</i><p>1 tbsp allspice berries<p>1 tbsp black peppercorns<p>½ tsp ground cinnamon<p>½ nutmeg, freshly grated<p>¼ bunch of thyme, leaves picked<p>5 spring onions, roughly chopped<p>3 garlic cloves, roughly chopped<p>1 …

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The new vegetarian: puy lentil and blackberry fattoush salad

Blackberries, lentils and chicory tossed in a crushed-berry dressing with mint leaves and pitta bread.<p>A frugal (if you pick your own blackberries) and wholesome version of the Middle Eastern bread salad fattoush. Add the pitta at the last minute to retain its crunch, or earlier if you prefer it …

Rose Prince's Baking Club: Welsh cakes

Our weekly column shows you the path to beautiful bread and perfect pastry. Today: Welsh cakes.<p>When we first opened the Pocket Bakery in 2010, all our bread dough was mixed by hand. The idea was that we would sell loaves from our front door on Saturday mornings. Even in the early days the quantity …

London for foodies

Gone are the days when London’s food scene left more than a little to be desired. These days the British capital is recognised as one of the world’s great foodie destinations, where Michelin-starred restaurants battle it out with inexpensive ethnic eateries, where food markets are the new rock ‘n’ …

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Lesson 1: Cook Like You Mean It

<i>Published in the September 2013 issue</i><p><i>The best way to cook is at someone's knee. You stand, you watch, you get out of the way when they need to get something off the stove. Stand there long enough and you start to pick up not only little tips, like how to chop a pepper, but also larger truths, like</i> …

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The Union Square Café's tuna burger recipe

A delicious Eastern-inspired tuna burger, as made at the famous Manhattan restaurant<p><i>Serves four</i><p>A classic from New York's favourite neighbourhood restaurant, the Union Square Café.<p><b>For the teriyaki glaze</b> <br>65ml (2½fl oz) teriyaki sauce<br>4 cloves garlic, grated<br>2.5cm (1in) piece fresh ginger, grated<br>1 tbsp …

Honeyed pork loin with plum and lavender relish recipe

A delicious joint of roast pork smothered in a quick-to-make mustard, honey and lemon-juice marinade.<p><i>Serves six</i><p><b>For the relish:</b><br>650g (1lb 6oz) plums, halved and pitted<br>½ onion, roughly chopped<br>pinch of dried chilli flakes<br>2cm (¾in) square of ginger root, peeled and grated<br>100g (3½oz) soft light-brown …

Fennel and carrot salad with honey and orange dressing recipe

With the dressing made in advance, this simple but colourful salad can be thrown together at the last minute.<p><i>Serves six</i><p><b>For the salad:</b><br>150g (5½oz) carrots, peeled and trimmed, top and bottom<br>1 large head fennel or 2 small ones<br>1 tsp poppy seeds<p><b>For the dressing:</b><br>½ tbsp sherry vinegar<br>1 tbsp orange juice<br>1 …

Extra-Virgin Olive Oil

Preserves: how to bottle the true taste of summer

The time-honoured skills of curing, smoking, bottling and pickling emphasise the value of food.<p>Dividing and repotting my auricula plants, and keeping them safe in the shade. I love the feeling I get when I open my larder door and the shelves are groaning with the fruits of my labours in the garden. …

Booze cruise: get 2-for-1 cocktails at four of London’s best bars – Now. Here. This. – Time Out London

Posted at 5:30 pm, August 27, 2013 in Food & Drink<p>Remember slumping onto your desk some time back in October 2012 with a hangover the size of a …

How to Make & Pipe Royal Icing | Cupcake Jemma

Eat, drink and be healthy

Jamie Oliver is right to urge poorer Britons to improve their diet<p>Jamie Oliver, the celebrity chef, has courageously caused a stir by attacking the British working-class taste for fast food. “Seven times out of 10,” he complained, “the poorest families in this country choose the most expensive way …

Jamie Oliver is right: a poor diet is the national disease

Jamie Oliver has run into fire with his comments about poverty and junk food, but it will take more than a single celebrity chef to eradicate our unhealthiest habits<p>I once worked undercover as a checkout operator in a Tesco in Edinburgh. The store was in an area dominated by council flats, and seen …

A-Z of unusual ingredients: Fernet Branca

Rachel Smith hunts the taste sensations that will revolutionise your kitchen. This week: F is for Fernet Branca, the 'mean little spirit' from Italy that's making a splash.<p>Before it became cool again, people joked that only grandmothers drank gin. Well, mine did. But my ferocious great-grandmother …