On The Menu: Koya; Evan Williams; Unearthed; Women's Institute; Waitrose

This week I've been eating... cold udon noodles with hot broth

The food & drink quiz answers

1. Porridge.

Honey roast bacon with quince makes a great starter

Honey roast bacon with quince

Serves 4

Honey roast ham sandwich with dill pickles

Serves 4

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Roasted figs with raspberries

Serves 4

Bal (Honey) (NC)

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