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Home-grown mange tout paired with lobster fresh out of the sea gives this humble vegetable a nice lift

Lobster with mange tout and ginger

Serves 2

Mark uses roe to make his lobster drop scones

Lobster drop scones

Serves 2

Mitul Shah with wife Rupal and daughter Sarai, aged two; while he was unable to convince gunmen to agree he gave victims time to flee

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Mitul Shah offered himself as a hostage so children in cooking competition could flee

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Firefighters tackle blaze at Jamie Oliver’s Barbecoa restaurant

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Chicken paillard with wild mushrooms is a great, quick, dinner-party dish

Chicken paillard with wild mushrooms

Serves 4

Egg, ham and peas at Berners Tavern

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This week I've been eating. . . egg, ham and peas

Ray Winstone isn't a fan of cookery and reality TV shows

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Actor Ray Winstone has criticised the glut of cookery and reality shows on the small screen.

Indonesian villagers ride a motorbike as Mount Sinabung spews hot gas and ashes in the background during an eruption in Karo, North Sumatra province, Indonesia

Thousands flee to safety after Indonesian volcano Mount Sinabung erupts

Indonesian villagers ride a motorbike as Mount Sinabung spews hot gas and ashes in the background in Karo, North Sumatra province, on Monday. Thousands of people fled their homes after the volcano erupted, a disaster management official said.

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