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How to cut your Brussels sprouts to match the cooking technique - plus all the best cold weather cooking coming up.

It's soup and salad week - with biscuits and croutons, of course!

It's that time of year to start living again; take these appetizers to your next party - or take yourself to New York for a pastry shop tour.

However you slice them, whichever pan you prepare them in, Brussels sprouts can be delicious. Except when they’re boiled. Don’t ever do that.

Freeze the whole cob or just the kernels; use cobs for stock - and don't forget pickling!

It's that magic moment when fresh corn, tomatoes and squash can all be eaten together.

For a blustery day (and week), a warm loaf of focaccia and a creamy soup are just the ticket.

The thrill of the thrifty, delicious, meal-in-one gratin is right here - with lots of other delicious destinations for beans.


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