Try out an alternative grain – nutty and chewy farro. Use plenty of seasoning and cider vinegar in your cooking water for a flavoursome salad base
This warming meal can also be made in a large casserole dish with a lid
Food is an integral part of Thanksgiving - so why not experiement a little?
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, there are a few precious days left to plan for the all-important dinner.
When you just don’t have time to spend endlessly chopping, these roasted chickpeas are the answer to a filling lunch. But be warned, roasted chickpeas can become strangely addictive. I always make extra just in case
We love cauliflower because it's cheap, nutritious and doesn't take a lot of preparation
His blackened redfish proved so popular that commercial fishing of the species had to be halted
There's nothing like the silky texture and delicate tang of natural yoghurt, says our chef
Jonathan Levine DVD/Blu-ray (97mins)
You're a hipster in his thirties with a beard and a kid. What are you gonna read? About hipsters in their thirties with beards and kids. That's the thinking behind Kindling Quarterly, a new magazine about fatherhood launched this week in Brooklyn (obvs).
Move by Mark Pedergrast comes in the same week as man tries to sell another variant on eBay for $5m
Amateur cook’s blog about feeding her family on £10 a week attracted huge online audience
Model Jourdan Dunn has a new online cooking show. It’s not about her knife skills (which leave a lot to be desired) – this is food TV for the connected generation
'Bread is by far my favourite thing to make. Poor bread is, however, an insult to my humanity'
"It's all right... it's just a bird," Vivien says to her daughter Clare when a large raven clatters out of the fireplace at Lightfields farm. "No it isn't," we think at home. It is a sable-feathered harbinger of dread, and the first crumb in a cascade of the uncanny that is about to fall about your ears. Oh and Clare, when your Mum said, "There were squatters here once, but they got scared off", well, I don't think it was a sternly worded legal letter that had them scrambling for the door. We've got the soundtrack to help us, of course, signalling the moments at which an empty room suddenly becomes pregnant with menace. That and one of those triple-layered time schemes that is now pretty much a guarantee of unquiet history and unlaid ghosts.
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