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Mark Hix recipes: Our chef puts his knife skills to the test with four sharp spring recipes

Well-cut vegetables are the bedrock of many a good dish

Mark Hix recipes: Our chef elevates the humble baked potato with simple and extravagant dishes

Breakfast, lunch, dinner, cocktail party - Mark has a baked spuds recipe for every occasion

Mark Hix recipes: Our chef gets creative with pasta and spring vegetables

The great thing about pasta is that it works for veggies and non-veggies alike

Mark Hix recipes: Our chef whips up his favourite fast food dishes

Good-quality, tasty dishes don't always take an age to cook, says our man in the kitchen. Sometimes, fast is best...

Mark Hix recipes: Our chef rustles up indulgent breakfasts for a lazy weekend

Breakfast can be the best meal of the day - make the most of it with something better than your standard grab-and-go dish

Mark Hix recipes: Ditch the chocolate eggs and make an Easter feast fit for the whole family

Our chef's four simple and sumptuous recipes are perfect for sharing

Mark Hix recipes: Our chef celebrates British asparagus with his easy-to-follow recipes

Asparagus is a true British success story and we ought to celebrate it at every opportunity, say Mark Hix

Mark Hix recipes: Our chef celebrates British pies with some inventive fillings

Not just half-time filler at the football, a well-made pie is a thing of beauty, says our man in the kitchen. Especially if you fill it with game, cod and fennel or bergamot meringue

Mark Hix recipes: Our chef serves up spelt in prune pudding, madeleines and drop scones

Spelt is approaching the status of a kitchen staple, says Mark Hix

Mark Hix recipes: Our chef reveals how to get the most out of a regular-sized chicken

One trusty old foul can go a clucking long way...
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