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Spaghetti & meatballs

If detective stories set in New York are true, every second NYPD policeman lives on a diet of spaghetti and meatballs. This Italian-influenced American dish is one of the many examples of the internationalisation of food.
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Mauritian-influenced fish curry

‘Vindaye,’ say my Friends Of Mauritian Origin (FOMO), ‘is not just another KZN fish curry.’ I think a Durban fish curry is a marvellous thing, but FOMO disagree. So here is an island take on a great series of tastes and aromas.
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Cooking guinea fowl

My first guinea fowl of the year was klapped by an Izuzu on a dirt road near Karkloof. The next two were expertly hunted by a good friend and perished with all their adrenalin safely in their adrenals. Boy, oh boy, were they tender.
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Oven-baked cauliflower, broccoli, olives and cheese

There’s not much one can do when cauliflower au gratin makes its umpteenth comeback to the dinner table, except to look hopefully in the general direction of the kitchen. Perhaps there’s something else to come? Alternatively, give this recipe the attention it deserves.
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Island curry

Imagine a little French island in the middle of the Indian Ocean. Then imagine a curry that has flavours different from any curry you’ve enjoyed before… Cari de poulet à la Reunion.
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Turkey for Christmas lunch

A large Christmas meal takes time to prepare. Here, we use standard industrial time and motion methods to speed up production while maintaining quality.
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Christmas trifle

This is without doubt the simplest dessert recipe I know, with the exception of vanilla ice cream. The only skill demanded of you is to make the trifle look elegant and tempting in the glass dish. A second optional skill involves actually making the custard.
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Fabulous fish pie

You don’t have to live on the beach to enjoy this delicious meal, since the fishy parts come straight out of the supermarket freezer. And to make it even easier, the main ingredient in the crust is breakfast cereal.
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Cauliflower mash with chicken livers

To make cauliflower mash with chicken livers and chorizo sausage for four, you will need: For the mashed cauliflower: 1 head of cauliflower 2 cloves garlic 50g grated hard cheese 30g mascapone...
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Thai-style steak and salad

Eat more plants, we’re told. An excellent idea, especially with the wide choice of delicious greens available these days. But we love our meat too, don’t we? So here’s a Thai-influenced salad – served warm, unlike most salads, and augmented by succulent rump steak.
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