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The art of keeping it simple

In high summer, when produce is at its seasonal best, being a bit lazy in the kitchen isn’t a deadly sin but more of a kitchen commandment, believes Julian Baggini. Knowing when to stop faffing is something we can all learn from Italian cooks

THE KITCHEN PHILOSOPHER

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You never know if a British July will roll out those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer immortalised by Nat King Cole. When they do come, I’m sure I’m not alone in finding it makes me much lazier and hazier than crazier. Time in the kitchen, usually a pleasure, comes to seem a chore, especially if it involves creating even more heat. I find myself wondering, if soda and pretzels and beer work for Nat King Cole, surely cool drinks and convenience foods are good enough for the rest of us?

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Mamma mia! July is delicious. magazine’s Italian issue and it’s packed with recipes from the world’s favourite cuisine. There are summer dishes from Eleonora Galasso, Giorgio Locatelli, Theo Randall, Gennaro Contaldo, Ursula Ferrigno, Sabrina Gidda and the godfather, Antonio Carluccio. Plus, there’s classic Tuscan food and a romantic menu from Venice as well as ‘nduja stuffed pork roast and three easy lasagnes. And don’t miss our cocktail-based desserts from Italian drinks – anyone for Limoncello drizzle cake or Negroni granita?