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This delicious meat is officially OK to eat – as long as it's ethically farmed

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Serves 4

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Serves 6-8

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Serves 4

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Last week in London, audience participation in art reached a new level – an assembled throng ate an artist. The fashionably decrepit interior of 33 Portland Place – a house whose peeling rooms are now famous for starring in The King's Speech – played host to a life-size sculpture, or golem, of the American Matthew Day Jackson that had been lovingly made in sponge cake in the south London bakery of the St John restaurant. It was consumed throughout the evening.

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Open and shut case: Skye Gyngell cooks with clams

It’s simple enough to detect whether clams are good to eat – and even easier to prepare them, whether you’re adding a jolt of sherry, a chorizo kick or a chilli zing

Clams with peas and fino sherry

Serves 4

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Serves 4

Megrim sole with brown shrimps and capers

Serves 4

Sardines with potato and cumin salad

Serves 4

Making waves: Mark Hix's sensational ways to cook sustainable fish

Channel 4's The Big Fish Fight has provided some very interesting viewing recently, although I'm not completely sure that it has convinced the public about exactly what they should and shouldn't be eating.

Tuna tortilla

Serves 4
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