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Post-holiday indulgence

Admit it. A month after the big holiday binge and subsequent self-denying resolutions, it’s easy to feel deflated. Even if you neither binged nor made harsh resolutions, we’re still in the middle of a dreary season here in the northern

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Gluten-Free Rhubarb Pie

I’ve got this donated bag of gram flour, which I discover is gluten-free.  So I’m chatting with a friend who’s coeliac and whose husband  happens to be vegan.  She tells me about the difficulties of making pastry to suit the

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Winter Fruit Crisp

This recipe is my variation on an old family favourite apple dessert. The original calls for apples to be peeled, quartered and cored, which I think reflects the logic of its time. The recipe was intended for fruit that had

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