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SAVE BRITAIN’S FOOD HERITAGE!
The British Isles have long had a larderful of traditional, local produce that’s the pride of food lovers from the tip of Orkney to the Isles of Scilly. Yet the nation is on the verge of losing some of its best traditional foodstuffs. Gareth May heads to Lancashire to meet a shrimper and a cheesemaker who are both working hard to keep traditions – and flavours – alive
CHEERS!
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THE GREAT BRITISH STAYCATION
Forget crowded airport lounges and jetlag. This summer, make Britain your port of call and enjoy the diverse riches our country has to offer, from city breaks to get-away beach holidays – all with great food, of course. John Gregory-Smith rounds up six top destinations
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SUMMER FRUIT ROULADE
It’s a sublime combination of melt-in-the-mouth meringue, sweet-sharp berries and creamy greek yogurt – but it has only a third of the calories of your typical roulade. Win!
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