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Recipes: Dame Prue Leith talks ageism and cultural appropriation

By Lauren Taylor, PA
DAME Prue Leith may be TV royalty now, but these days of course, South African-born Leith is in her sixth series of Channel Four's Great British Bake Off – “the best job in the world” – alongside Paul Hollywood, Matt Lucas and Noel Fielding, and has just published her latest cookbook, Bliss On Toast.

Waterman Cookery School: Warming winter soups

Niall McKenna

WITH temperatures plummeting, I have added an additional element of spice to this week's soup recipes, giving the dishes a more heart-warming flavour – which is sure to heat you up on a cold winter's day.

Beer: Lough Gill's Pain & Perfection

Paul McConville

WE'VE all heard of comfort food, but with the increasingly depressing nature of the world these days, watching the news has become a thoroughly draining experience, so much so that I like to engage in some 'comfort viewing'.

Frozen food a cool choice for healthy eating

AS the cost of food escalates it may seem more difficult to eat healthily, but in the freezer section of the supermarket is a range of staples that can be used to create wholesome, inexpensive meals - as these recipes show.

Craft Beer: Slick stuff from Beer Hut and Killowen Distillery

Paul McConville
THE first 15 minutes or so of the acclaimed 2007 movie There Will Be Blood involves Daniel Day-Lewis's oil prospector character rooting around underground with all manner of tools before finally striking the black gold that would make him unimaginably wealthy and powerful.