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Shivaree `Breach EP' (Zoe/Rounder)

Whole stuffed John Dory

Serves 4-6

Mutton and root vegetable broth

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Letter: Chub en croute

READING David Earlam's letter ("Ssh, pike for tea", 29 August) reminded me of an excellent Welsh recipe for chub: prepare some pastry, roll it flat and place in a baking tray; chop and fry garlic, parsley and chives; prepare your chub, zesting it with a dash of lemon; place the fish in the baking tray and baste the whole with butter. Put the tray in a preheated oven at gas mark 6 for 25 minutes. After this period, remove the tray, throw away the fish and eat the pastry.

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Conran summer food: Fish

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Travel: Family therapy on wheels

Cycling `en famille' along abandoned railway lines in the Peak District may sound like hard work, but it's a very enjoyable way to avoid arguments.

Give me a piccolo full of parsley any day

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Gardening: The four seasonings

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Food: Mother tongue

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