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Salmon carpaccio with cherry tomatoes

Gino D'Acampo makes Carpaccio di Salmone e Pomodorini di Collina.

Tiramisu Gino D'Acampo style

Gino D'Acampo makes tiramisu

Baked ricotta

Serves 8

Fennel, radish, pea and mozzarella salad

Serves 4

Tiramisu

Serves 4-6

The Bargain Hunter: Blue Cross your heart

The "biggest ever" Blue Cross sale at Debenhams continues this weekend with up to 70 per cent off fashion and homewares in-store and online. Top offers include numerous Red Herring dresses, starting at £16.50, men's biker and bomber jackets down to as little as £23.75, and exclusive bed linen sets reduced to just £12. Visit Debenhams.com/sale for more information.

Frozen pizzas 'are healthier' option

A consumer watchdog has called for clearer front-of-pack labelling on takeaway pizzas after a study revealed that frozen supermarket varieties were among the healthiest.

Domino's Pizza lines up Lance Batchelor as next chief executive

The pizza specialist Domino’s Pizza UK has lined up Lance Batchelor, the head of Tesco Mobile, as its next chief executive.

Jonathan Kaye: Restaurant chain hopes to make a lot of dough

The king of the Italian restaurant chain Prezzo is mindful both of his family heritage in the industry and what the future may hold

Risotto with Nettles, By Anna Del Conte

Described by Nigella Lawson as "the best writer on Italian food there is", Del Conte had qualms about writing an autobiography: "Who on earth would be interested?" She was reassured by her agent that, "Frankly, I have never heard of another cookery writer who was machine-gunned and sent to prison twice." An even better reason for this memoir is that Del Conte is a great stylist.

Northern Foods suffers after Birds Eye pies axed

Northern Foods said sales were lower after it pulled out of low-margin contracts and reduced promotional spending during the World Cup.

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