Chicken and sweetcorn soup like mum used to make
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I really love this soup; my mum has made it all my life and I now make it for my children, who adore it, too ..read more
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The ‘unfashionable’ stew made for winter eating
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A lamb and barley stew might not be trendy, but I’m here to remind you of its enduring appeal ..read more
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A stew made from ingredients found in your pantry
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A lifesaving recipe to have in your back pocket for cold nights after busy days ..read more
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The new Mercedes C63 AMG has me totally confused and conflicted
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Rumour has it, when senior Benz staff realised how different this stunningly impressive vehicle would be from models of old, they considered calling it something else. They should have ..read more
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Howling winds, rough seas, and an avian flu scare
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With its barren landscape and a sprinkling of very British sights (including a bust of Margaret Thatcher) the Falkland Islands are a unique travel destination – but first you’ve got to get there ..read more
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Behold Porsche’s ‘unicorn with wheels’
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It took 10 years of lobbying for Porsche to get the 911 Dakar into production. I, for one, am very glad that they went ahead with the project ..read more
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The tantalising mystery of Picnic at Hanging Rock
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My friendship with Lady Joan Lindsay lasted for years, with Joan playfully giving me hints as to the mystery of the missing Miranda at the Rock ..read more
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Fertility rates are plummeting — fortunately, we have migrants
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Australia’s fertility rate today is half what it was at the peakof the baby boom, with single-child households and childlessness more socially acceptable options now than a generation ago ..read more
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The rise of monster trucks feels like an affront
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The owners seem so unthinking about their impact on others. This feels like the supremacy of self-interest, a pointer to civilisation’s end point. The meaning: each to their own ..read more
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Self-driving cars are having their ‘ChatGPT moment’
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For all the hype, fully autonomous cars and robotaxis seemed to be years away. But it will only take the flick of a switch for everything to change ..read more
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