Squash salad makes a great winter starter

Mark Hix recipe: Squash salad

Serves 4-6

Crispy cheek and dandelion salad with roast pork
Cauliflower, Treviso and caper salad

Cauliflower, Treviso and caper salad

Serves 4

Mini lamb burgers

Makes 10

Wentworth Prison and the real-life parallels for locked-up women

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Urine is not the best cure for a jellyfish sting

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An unexpected boom in the number of jellyfish swarming around our coasts has prompted an unusual warning from the British Red Cross – don’t pee on a jellyfish sting.

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Urine is not the best cure for a jellyfish sting

To pee or not to pee? Red Cross says using urine on jellyfish stings won't help

An unexpected boom in the number of jellyfish swarming around our coasts has prompted an unusual warning from the British Red Cross – don’t pee on a jellyfish sting.

Grilled salmon with herb beurre blanc

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Serves 4

Presa with romesco sauce and shaved fennel

Presa with romesco sauce and shaved fennel

Serves 4

Ray escalopes with fennel salad

Ray escalopes with fennel salad

Serves 4

Premier Foods' new boss loses appetite for sell-offs

The new boss at Oxo-to-Bisto maker Premier Foods has signalled an end to the raft of sell-offs seen in recent years as the debt-laden company struggled to get back on to its feet.

32 per cent of bread ends up in the bin - when you could use it for other things around the house

Don't waste bread: Clean an oil painting with it

Half of the world's food is wasted and bread is high on the list, with 32 per cent ending up in the bin. Just because it's stale doesn't mean it's inedible. Aside from the obvious breadcrumbs and croutons, try making Tuscan bread soup or bruschetta. Or else...

Puntarelle with anchovies and capers

Puntarelle with anchovies and capers

Serves 4-6

Herb-roasted sirloin with carrot and horseradish salad
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