Hunter’s Rabbit

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Stephen and a spit-roasted rabbit

It’s nearly Easter and as regular readers will know, I like to make a rabbit recipe round about now. After last year’s laughably scary bunny-shaped terrine, I needed to redeem myself and fortuitously, someone gave me a rabbit the other day.  Continue reading

Wild About Food

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Pretty but inedible (I know now)

Like a lot of Brits I’m leery about picking wild mushrooms. Hedgerow fruit, no problem. Wild garlic, absolutely. But in spite of the fact that I often picked field mushrooms with my dad when I was a child, I’m funny about funghi. Too many Agatha Christie novels at a formative age, perhaps, along with a yawning gap of ignorance.

“Mushrooms have got a bad PR agent, that’s all,” says Carl Shillingford Continue reading

Yoghurt and Blackberry Crème Brûlée with Hazelnut Twists

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Sorry, I picked all the good ones

This is a cheat’s version of crème brûlée, made with Greek yoghurt rather than a rich eggy custard. It’s a no-bake, quick-to-make recipe, which means you can use the spare time to knock up the hazelnut twists Continue reading