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Josh Barrie

Josh Barrie on food: Why Italian chefs and waiters are saying goodbye to London

It is sad and diminishing that our government is now effectively telling an important community it is no longer wanted

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Josh Barrie on food: Salmon island

Off the west coast of Norway lies an island luring countless tourists to its shores for its salmon

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Josh Barrie on food: Risotto

Pick up your pan, your spoon, your rice, and get stirring. Risotto is about to have a moment in Britain

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Josh Barrie on food: Britalian food

Creamy carbonara? It’s time to accept the silliness

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Josh Barrie on food: British dining

For all the failings of this country these past years, one industry that has improved, year after year, is restaurants

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Josh Barrie on food: A dream sandwich

A smoked meat sandwich might not sound like much. But it is the summit of what a sandwich can be: utterly, buoyantly delicious, and wholly inclusive

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Josh Barrie on food: Asparagus is getting earlier every year

As much as asparagus excites me – really it does – its increasingly early arrival is also a little unsettling

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Josh Barrie on food: A red sauce joint

Red sauce Italian restaurants are fortifying examples of immigration, a sign that people moving from one country to another brings intrigue and joy

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Josh Barrie on food: Why we're all clamouring for chocolate mousse

A warm mousse is theatrical in its elegance. The kind of dish that is romantic

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Josh Barrie on food: Tamworth's hidden gems

A trip to Staffordshire yields a worthy Nando's tribute outfit

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Taste of Europe: Natasha Sideris’s porridge

Porridge might not sound exciting but this one contains dates providing sweetness, the seeds a nice crunch and the coconut milk adding creaminess

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Taste of Europe: Jeremy Lee’s Arbroath smokies

There isn’t a flavour like the Arbroath smokie. It is salty, buttery and soft, bold and concentrated but to a remedial, soothing degree

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Taste of Europe: Michel Roux Jr’s soufflé Suissesse

This dish encapsulates more than anything the grandeur and the newness that changed dining in Britain forever

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Taste of Europe: Cyril Lignac’s galette des rois

As good as a fruit galette is, nothing rivals a galette des rois

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Taste of Europe: Jamie Oliver’s ‘Trev’s chicken’

Here’s a fun recipe of Jamie Oliver's, a chicken dish named after his dad

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Taste of Europe: Davide Parato’s Panettimisu

Not all Italians become upset when one of the country’s keystone desserts is meddled with, and this dish is a fine example

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Taste of Europe: Maura Baxter’s turkey, ham hock and gruyère croquettes

This dish is comforting, resourceful cooking and a tremendous way to use up turkey not eaten on Christmas Day

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Taste of Europe: Cyril Lignac’s Bûche de Noël

A staunch and warm Christmas tradition for most is a yule log

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Taste of Europe: Rob Chambers’ sausage, sprout and chestnut ragù

In recent years we have been giving sprouts a bit more love

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Taste of Europe: Tom Kerridge's roast potatoes

A good roast potato is incomparable and, luckily, the rest of Europe is in agreement

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Taste of Europe: Tom Vincent’s New York pizza

The gaping hole in the UK pizza market is New York-style slices. Might it be something in the water?

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Taste of Europe: Gordon Ker’s white chocolate cheesecake

This white chocolate cheesecake is served tableside from a large bowl, as is done in so many parts of Italy

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Taste of Europe: Stuart Ralston’s Baron Bigod custard and lavosh crackers

As Vanessa Feltz could tell you, custard is nothing to be feared

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Taste of Europe: Emily Cuddeford’s panela cake

This cake from Scotland’s Twelve Triangles bakery is perfect for autumn

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Taste of Europe: James Hulme’s confit potatoes

This is the best of Britain elevated by French technique

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Taste of Europe: Tommy Banks’s tomato and chicken hot pot

Here’s a superb chicken dish – a hearty hotpot for autumn

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Taste of Europe: Eyal Shani’s steak pita

This “one-minute steak” pita is definitely one for a Saturday afternoon now the Premier League’s back

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Seville's pavements sing in the sun

With its second-day stew, gazpacho, Russian salad and the ubiquitous jamón Ibérico, Seville is one of Europe’s best – and least pretentious – places to eat

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Taste of Europe: Joe Laker’s Custard Tart

Ordinarily, I'm not a fan of puddings. But, for this recipe from Joe Laker, I can make an exception

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Taste of Europe: Santino Cicciari’s mozzarella in carrozza

This recipe from iconic Italian restaurant Sale e Pepe in Knightsbridge is testament to a nation that markets its food with remarkable skill

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Taste of Europe: Adam Wood’s watermelon and feta salad

This comforting and easy salad works as a refreshing aside to a barbecue, sun willing, or a main course

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Taste of Europe: Bart Swiacki’s pork belly

I missed out on the crispy pork belly from Cambridge brasserie Six, but you don't have to

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