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The annual waterside feast was a big deal

For food blogger Dan Toombs (aka The Curry Guy) there’s one dish that takes him straight back to his California childhood


"My grandparents bought an old, dilapidated fishing cottage that they never lived in but restored for family parties. It was in Benicia, near San Francisco in northern California, and it had a long wharf that stretched out into Martinez Bay. We’d place tables down the centre of it, upon which we all dined on a special fish stew called cioppino, served with garlic bread and good Napa wine. Once, we seated and served more than 60 people down the length of that wharf. Only a few fell off…

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This February, let delicious. bring sunshine into your kitchen with an Italian menu from Angela Hartnett, slow-cooked comfort food to gladden the soul, and a pub quiz with bar snacks to boost the brain. Plus homemade pizzas, healthy curries, foolproof crumpets and your favourite old school puddings. Not forgetting heartwarming tales and recipes from Rosemary Shrager and Allegra McEvedy and a clutch of easy midweek meals from Donna Hay, the queen of Aussie cooking.