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    From 'Brit Spice' by Manju Malhi.

    Recipe #189977

    From Flavours of the World by Paul Gayler. He recommends serving this with a spicy roast leg of lamb, or a roast chicken.

    Recipe #190504

    Wonderful sprinkled over fritters, donuts, pancakes I could go on and on. Best made when flowers are newly out.

    Recipe #190508

    Great breakfast treat on croissants.Recipe from Provence

    Recipe #190539

    I know this sounds like an odd mix but it is really good either on its own as an appetiser or with chargrilled veggies hot from the grill. Recipe comes from the south of France via Paul Gayler. Please buy the best jam you can afford.

    Recipe #190540

    From Tamsin Day Lewis's Good Tempered Food.The 3 sugars add flavour and texture to the top. This is a winter pudding just right for open fires and dark Sunday afternoons.

    Recipe #190544

    More from Paul Gayler's Flavours of the world, havenot made this yet but sounds straight from heaven. Would welcome any comments if you make this first. His recipes look complex but are easy to follow and come out really well every time.

    Recipe #191004

    From Sophie Grigson, this is just made for fish and also good on chicken

    Recipe #192143

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