Beetroot spelt with horseradish can be served hot or cold

Beetroot spelt with horseradish

Serves 4-6

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Sprouting broccoli salad with raisins and pine nuts

Sprouting broccoli salad with raisins and pine nuts

Serves 6-8

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Slow-roasted lamb shoulder by Ash Mair

Slow-roasted lamb shoulder

Ingredients to serve 4

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Lamb with saffron rice and walnuts by Salma Hage

Lamb with saffron rice and walnuts

Ingredients to serve 4

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Air strike on Syrian olive press kills and wounds dozens

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Baby died after botched circumcision, jury told

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Steamed celery with pickled walnuts and Peter's guanciale
Porcini and cavolo nero risotto by Margot Henderson

Porcini and cavolo nero risotto

Ingredients to serve 4

Man has penis removed after olive oil injections

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Chicken and tarragon casserole by John Vincent and Kay Plunkett-Hogge

Chicken and tarragon casserole

Ingredients to serve 4-6

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