Blueberry recipes

Blueberry sales are on the rise and with that in mind, click the links below to see recipes from Martin Hix that involve the fruit.

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Potatoes zapped into superfood

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Cranberry and orange sauce

Serves 8-10

Eating Pomegranates: A Memoir of Mothers, Daughters and Genes, By Sarah Gabriel

"Didn't Persephone eat the pomegranate pips though it condemned her... to six months of every year in the underworld?" Sarah Gabriel has consumed the obscene fruit of death. So did her mother in her prime. In the Greek myth, when the flower maiden Persephone is raped to the underworld, the corn goddess Demeter lays the world waste, abdicating her function as guarantor of harvest and civilisation. For mother and daughter are indissolubly one being. On their joint survival, life on Earth depends.

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If you want a rough and ready snapshot of they way we live, you could do worse than to root around in the basket used by the statistics office to calculate inflation rates.

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'Super berry' poses risk to UK's tomato and potato crops

Health gurus promote the goji's benefits, but illegally imported plants could spread disease to other crops

Mango lassi

Makes 4 small glasses

Strange fruit: Anna Pavord on the appeal of the pomegranate

In Greek mythology, it's the fruit of the dead. Today, it's considered a "superfood"

Miles Kington: Could Brussels sprouts save the British food industry?

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Well, it's that time of year again. Sick of it already?

Does the thought of canapes make your heart sink? Are you fed up with small talk? Is your office bash tonight? Here's how to beat party fatigue - and fast

I wish I was in the land of... cranberries and mangoes

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