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Yogurt cake with pistachios recipe

A moist, fragrant yogurt cake, flavoured with lemon and vanilla<p>This is an absolute classic – the definitive yogurt cake, based on the Moro recipe. It’s delicious warm or chilled.<p>SERVES<br>6<p><b>INGREDIENTS</b><br>3 eggs, separated<br>75g/3oz golden caster sugar<br>Seeds from 2 vanilla pods<br>350g/12oz yogurt<br>Zest and juice of …

Choosing The Best Indoor Plants For Your Interior

It’s no secret that I’ve been a wee bit obsessed with plants lately. After taking a good look at my interior and realizing that multiple areas of my …

Twenty destinations for 2014: in pictures

3 Quick & Easy Kitchen Storage Tips

Things can get chaotic quickly when there are too many cooks in the kitchen and not enough space.<p><i>Interior design by Beth Martell and Enda Donagher. Photography by Trevor Tondro.</i><p>A new, or old, bookcase can serve just as well as a dresser for holding china, cutlery and linens. Be sure not to overload …

20 comfort food recipes: part 3

Fergus Henderson's St John beef and kidney pie<p>Pie is a mystery restrained by pastry (you can have a suet top or puff). I've heard of people suffering from pie phobia: what lies beneath the crust! But believe me, pie is your friend. There is something magical about a pie, especially beef and kidney …

Korean steak and chips

Spice up an old favourite, Korean style<p><i>Serves 4</i><p>4 garlic cloves, peeled and roughly chopped<p>A thumb of ginger, peeled and roughly chopped<p>2 star anise<p>4 tbsp soy sauce<p>4 tbsp mirin<p>1 tbsp sugar<p>1 tbsp gochujang chilli paste<p>1 tbsp tenjang soy paste)<p>A bunch of spring onions<p>800g/2lb onglet steak<p>Vegetable …

Mouthwatering moments: the best (and worst) things we ate in February – Now. Here. This. – Time Out London

Posted at 12:15 pm, March 1, 2014 in Food & Drink<p><i>Pigeon with warm grains and chicory at Chiltern Firehouse</i><p><b>Time Out’s Food & Drink editor Guy Dimond</b> …

20 Essential Dishes to Get You Through the Winter

We see you there, huddled under your blanket on your couch, with fuzzy socks on and a gigantic sweater. We know it feels too cold to move, to even sneak your arm out from underneath the covers and grab the television remote. But we've got twenty new blankets for you right here: twenty dishes to …

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100 Books Everyone Should Read Before They Die

Many of the books are 20th century classics or recent bestsellers — the oldest book on the list is Jane Austen's 1813 masterpiece "Pride and Prejudice." It also spans multiple genres, with adult fiction, nonfiction, children's, and young adult novels such as "The Hunger Games" and "Harry Potter" …

The High Art of Ramen in Tokyo

When someone mentions ramen, you probably think of those store-bought dried noodles you bring to life with boiling water and a packet of spices.<p>In <b>Tokyo</b>, ramen noodle soup is not fast food; it’s an art form.<p>Complexly flavored, the perfect bowl of ramen combines clear broth with wheat noodles, slices …

Coconut naan bread recipe

This subtly sweet naan bread is the perfect accompaniment to and Indian curry<p>Our home is going through a spicy spell. It is as if, since 2014 began, we can’t eat enough curry. There is something about the colour and the excitement of combining spices; the way the different smell of each one …

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