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  • Time for a Speedy Supper?

    Too busy to brush your hair let alone whip up a gourmet feast for 6pm? Yup, us too. What you need is our sanity-saving Speedy Supper. This week’s easy-peasy, summery midweek dish comes courtesy of Diana Henry, Daily Telegraph food columnist and author of Simple: Effortless Food Big Flavours. Help us out here, Diana… Prawn, […]

  • Fancy a Speedy Supper?

    Not had a millisecond to ponder what to have for dinner tonight?  Can’t get away with serving up beans on toast yet again? We hear you. What you need is this week’s Speedy Supper, a no-fuss weekday dinner that you don’t need to be Heston Blumenthal to whizz up.   This week’s recipe comes courtesy of Dr […]

  • ONE POT CLASSIC

    Not had a millisecond to ponder what to have for dinner tonight?  The phrase ‘domestic goddess’ making you want to punch a wall? Yup, us too. What you need is this week’s Speedy Supper, a no-fuss weekday dinner that you don’t need to be a MasterChef contestant to whizz up. This turbo-charged, veg-heavy, super-healthy macaroni cheese […]

  • Speedy Suppers

    For those of us too busy, tired or lazy to cook a fancy mid-week supper. This week, Thomasina MIers, Wahaca supremo, mother of three and all round food goddess, offers us her 20 minute fish tacos. We'll take it.

  • NEW SERIES! Muddy’s speedy suppers for frazzled cooks

    Having one of those days when 'make dinner' is just one of 8 million things on your to-do list? Totally run out of ideas? Yup, us too. So with frazzled, time-poor cooks in mind, here's the first recipe in our new series of speedy weekday suppers. In the coming weeks, we'll be asking our favourite cooks to inspire us with an nifty new dish. Because there's only so much pasta and pesto a girl can eat. First up wearing the Muddy (not literally, don't worry) apron? Emma Collen from the brilliant The Jericho Kitchen Cookery School in Oxford...

  • Recipe: Crayfish salad

    I’m just back from my summer holibobs where I was totally shamed – shamed I tell you! – by my French friend Pauline who cooked with both eyes closed, an arm behind her back, two kids hanging off her apron (no, she wasn’t really wearing one, it’s artistic licence) and no cookbook to take the […]

  • It’s a gin thing!

    “First you take a drink, then the drink takes a drink, then the drink takes you,” said F. Scott Fitzgerald (author of The Great Gatsby and a lil’ hero of mine). The writer’s liquor of choice was gin, which he reportedly believed could not be detected on the breath. “Mother’s ruin”, as it is often known, has […]

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