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TEST REPORT

THE COOKBOOK

Clodagh’s Suppers by Clodagh McKenna (Kyle Books £20) TESTED BY Susan Low

The introduction gave me a serious inferiority complex. I thought that inviting a few friends round to share my cramped kitchen table, lighting a candle or two and serving lots of good food and potable booze was the height of hospitality. I’ve even been known to provide paper napkins (on request). It seems I’ve overlooked polishing my candlesticks, putting a scented candle in the bathroom, filling the place with seasonal flowers and providing warming pashminas when dining outdoors.

Of course, aspiration and escapism are important tools in cookery publishing and, facetiousness aside, the new book from the Irish chef, restaurateur, cookbook author, telly presenter and YouTuber has both in abundance. Fortunately, it also has plenty of ideas and recipes for hearty, honest food. I soon shed my sense of failure and headed for the kitchen.

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Happiness is… the keep-you-warm February issue of delicious. magazine: try Dan Doherty’s home cooking (spicy beef stew with cheddar scone topping, mmm), childhood favourites reinvented by Georgina Hayden and a Chinese New Year feast from Ching-He Huang. Share the love with our Valentine’s Day ideas and spice up your life with Judy Joo’s KFC (Korean Fried Chicken, that is) and Chetna Makan’s healthy Indian suppers. Our expert cooks’ tips will have you cooking like a pro, ready to tackle an Italian-style pork roast, foolproof cheese soufflé or Richard Bertinet’s flaky kouign amann. It’s easy when we show you how.