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Make sure you wear a bib when you eat Mark's crab and squash curry

Mark Hix recipe: Crab and squash curry

Serves 2-4
Make sure you wear a bib when you eat Mark's crab and squash curry

Mark Hix recipes: Our chef celebrates crab festival time in Lyme Regis

This year, Mark Hix hosted a challenge on the seafront during which he cooked as many crab dishes as he could in 45 minutes and sold them to the audience. Here he shares some of those recipes...

Mark Hix recipe: French-style peas

Serves 4
Mortadella and fennel salad

Mark Hix recipe: Mortadella and fennel salad

Serves 4
Scallop, Chorizo and Quinoa salad

Mark Hix recipe: Scallop, Chorizo and Quinoa salad

Serves 4 as a starter

Mark Hix recipes: Our chef cooks with sausages, from chipolatas to Italian mortadella

A good-quality sausage is the most flexible friend in your fridge, says our chef. From bratwurst to mortadella, chorizo to faggots, you can team them with everything from scallops to runner beans

No one needs to feel too guilty about nibbling on Mark's rapeseed oil cake with raspberries
Old-fashioned recipe: Loganberry lemonade with basil
Fragrant: Asian summer fruit salad

Mark Hix recipe: Asian summer fruit salad

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Mark Hix recipes: Our chef gets creative with sumptuous summer berries

When summer arrives, it’s best to keep things simple, says our resident chef. Team cake with raspberries, strawberries with goat’s curd and white port – and wash it all down with a loganberry lemonade
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