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

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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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Serves 4

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

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Thousands flee to safety after Indonesian volcano Mount Sinabung erupts

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