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Simple and tasty: Green bean and anchovy salad

Mark Hix recipe: Green bean and anchovy salad

Serves 4-6
Spinach with raisins and pine nuts can be eaten hot or cold

Mark Hix recipe: Spinach with raisins and pine nuts

Serves 4-6
Roasted Squash and amaretti salad

Mark Hix recipe: Roasted Squash and amaretti salad

Serves 4
Great dinner-party dessert: Plum coupe with gingernut biscuits

Mark Hix recipes: Our chef gets fruity and teams plums with wild duck, goat's cheese and more

Most of us stick to the obvious when it comes to eating plums - straight from the fruit bowl when at their best, or making a crumble or jam when less than perfect. But their repertoire is so much bigger than that...

Plum cheese with cobnuts

Mark Hix recipe: Plum cheese with cobnuts

Serves 10-12
Pickled Greengage and goat's cheese salad
Braised Wild duck with plums

Mark Hix recipe: Braised wild duck with plums

Serves 4
Plum coupe with gingernut biscuits

Mark Hix recipe: Plum coupe with gingernut biscuits

Serves 4-6
Parsley soup with poached quails' eggs
Place the prawns in the centre and spoon the tomato mixture around them

Mark Hix recipe: Spiced tomato and prawn soup

Serves 4-6
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