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Crème caramel: dessert for adults

There is little doubt that a good dessert gives a meal the neat conclusion it requires. Sadly, most desserts seem to be designed for the palates of children, with a massive overdose of cloying sweetness. Then along came crème caramel: not only a grown-up taste, but also a truly masterful addition to your culinary skills.
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Not Just Another Stroganoff

There’s more than one way to combine cream, mushrooms and rump steak. Give this major steak enhancement recipe your best shot. Your friends will love it.
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A strong cup of coffee

‘Oh, give me a cup of that marvellous stuff’, goes the song. Without it nothing – not even this story – would get written on time …
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Baklava: a touch of Greek, Turkish & Lebanese

This startling set of textures, flavours and aromas brings new meaning to that morning espresso. Sweet and crunchy baklava is more than a baked confection – it’s a subtle dessert too.
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Pasta with eggs, bacon & leeks

Pasta is a gift to the beginner cook. Here’s the faintly exotic input of Italian cuisine, married to the familiar and highly-desired flavours of eggs, bacon and leeks.
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Hummus

Agriculture, that most noble of the sciences, came to life in the Middle East. One of the first crops was chickpeas, which means that hummus has a long history. Here is a 21st century update of this magnificent food, made with tahini and a food processor.
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Fillets in beer

It comes as a surprise that beer is a cooking medium. We all know about wine, even sherry. But a lager – how can this be true? Read on, dear reader, read on...
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Beef fillet casserole

Would you believe it? It seems that butchers keep the trimmings from the beef fillets separate from the actual fillets. Much cheaper than whole fillet, they allow you to prepare a luxurious yet affordable casserole.
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Mango Pickle Recipe

Here’s the king, or even the queen, of mango pickle recipes. There is no better way to add a powerful new dimension to the curry of your dreams…
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A traditional salad

For traditional human carnivores, a salad is good to look at but nothing to eat. To shatter this illusion, here is a salad to add goodness and taste to your next braai.
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Will benefit land reform. (41.84 %) Ridiculous, this will not resolve land issues. (13.68 %) Mathematically impossible. (5.26 %) Will threaten food security. (39.21 %) Will benefit land reform. (41.84 %) Ridiculous, this will not resolve land issues. (13.68 %) Mathematically impossible. (5.26 %) Will threaten food security. (39.21 %)
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