Focaccia made with pumpkin and red onions

These non-authentic focaccie make a tender-hearted snack ... Ingredients: For the dough: 10oz/285g plain flour, one sachet of dried yeast (7g), 150ml crème fraîche, about 30ml/2Tbsp olive oil, a little salt and some warm water. For the toppings: half a small pumpkin, one yellow pepper, one large red onion, one beefy tomato, balsamic vinegar, 75g/3oz …

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Tuna on rye for Inauguration Day, Virginia

I am on record as declaring that English cheese is best. But I would maintain to my dying day that American sandwiches are the very best. What is a sandwich without lettuce, pickles, tomatoes, french fries and hand made mayonnaise? So here is my fleeting advice for you.Virginia Ingredients: Sliced brown bread (rye or pumpernickel …

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Christmas salad

Method: Make a simple olive oil and lemon juice salad dressing. Put it into a bowl. Wash, dry and slice the peppers and apple. Leave the tomatoes whole. Slice two or three thick slices from each breast quarter. Add these all to the bowl with most of the parsley and toss. Then garnish with chunks of feta (this is Graceburn, once made in Bermondsey but now in Kent) and more parsley. Serve with a quiche, or with seeded volkornbrot.