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It doesn’t take much sun to get us Brits out in our shorts, mixing the Pimms and firing up the barbecue. Here’s all you’ll need for National Barbecue Week
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Encourage the kids to get stuck in in the kitchen with our pick of books for budding cooks
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Eat al fresco in style this summer with a traditional carrier. IndyBest heads to the park
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Tired of squashed sandwiches and leaky plastic containers? Leave your schooldays behind with Pippa Bailey’s pick of grown-up boxes
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Get fruit and veg ready to cook or eat with a nifty gadget. Grace McCloud rolls up her sleeves and gets prepping to find the sharpest kit in the kitchen
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Celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight (February 23- 8 March) with products from wine to white chocolate, all certified by the Fairtrade Foundation, working to help get farmers a better deal.

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A good-value alternative to champers, sales of the Italian fizz are on the rise. Here's our pick of the finest fizz
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Thirsty? Beer blogger Ray Bailey picks his favourite bottles to drink when the mercury rises
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Add vintage fun to your cocktail party with these 500ml Kilner jars: use them to store ice, herbs or fruit on your spirits trolley, or discard the lids and add a straw for a creative cocktail vessel.
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Bellini, mojito, daiquiri – whatever your cocktail of choice, we’ve got  the kit you need to recreate it at home
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Grind it, shake it, or opt for electronic seasoning. However you want to serve your salt and pepper, we select a range of the best kitchen helpers to spice up your dining table
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As the sun comes out (hurrah) it’s time to wander down to the nearest park or beach, just make sure you’ve packed something to sit on
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If your ancient machine leaves you boiling with rage, why not update your kitchen with a new model?
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