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UK’s largest pub company hit with £24k fine after family’s Baked Alaska horror

A Baked Alaska dessert wrongly sold as ‘egg-free’ sent a boy with a severe egg allergy into anaphylactic shock, a court has heard.

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Gin anyone?

Four-day gin festival heading to Manchester

The UK’s largest and original touring festival is set to visit Manchester this winter.
Manager Paul Bentley with the original poster from Smackwater Jacks' opening night

Iconic Smackwater Jacks turns 40

The Drunken Dragons are sure to be flowing when Smackwater Jacks celebrates turning 40 years young this weekend .

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Four food outlets coming to Barrow

Finger lickin’ good news for fast food fans

KFC, Starbucks, Subway and Greggs come to Valley
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Baked Alaska

RECIPE: Baked Alaska

The Walled Garden at Barton Grange Hotel, near Preston, is proud to support Lancashire produce and, to go with one of their favourite ingredients, local fish, in a Your Food a couple of weeks ago, what could be tastier than Baked Alaska, using many locally-sourced ingredients?

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The Higher Trapps Katie Redpath and Shelia Oxborough enjoying a Rag Pudding

Simonstone eatery serves up new charity initiative

Fans of rag pudding have not only been enjoying their favourite dish at Simonstone’s Higher Trapp Hotel, but have also been raising money for a regional cancer charity.

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In pictures: Pendle Pub Walk 2017

Well over 2,000 people took part in the colourful Pendle Pub Walk on Saturday.

The initiative has served 19,495meals in Burnley.

Tesco serves its 10 millionth free meal

Through its redistribution initiative, Tesco in Burnley had served almost 20,000 meals in the area as it looks to reduce food waste and help those in needs.
Turtle Bay recipe: Jerk Salmon

RECIPE: Jerk salmon with pineapple salsa

Turtle Bay in Preston has launched a brand new menu - the first big menu enhancement it has undertaken since the restaurant opened.

One pot pork shoulder

RECIPE: One pot pork shoulder

With Father’s Day fast approaching, Booths supermarket shares its recipe for a hearty and delicious one pot pork shoulder meal.

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Brown bread no better than white bread – at least for half of us

Some people may prefer brown bread while others favour white – but there has been little dispute that wholemeal is healthier.

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Surely everyone can boil an egg?

One in five Brits can't boil an egg

Millions of Brits are lacking basic kitchen skills - with one in five admitting they can't even boil an egg, a study has found.
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Ribby Hall recipe by Grant Beech
Lamb Kleftiko

RECIPE: Lamb Kleftiko - Serves two to three people

Lamb kleftiko is a rustic, traditional Greek recipe made with slow cooked lamb originally cooked in an earth oven, a simple pit in the ground, used to trap heat and smoke.

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Eating cheese is better for you than previously thought

Eating plenty of cheese is healthier than you think and does not necessarily increase your risk of heart disease, cancer and diabetes, say scientists.

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This solar powered invention is more than just a barbecue

The world's first solar-powered barbecue has been invented which cooks food using mirrors.
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Booths recipe: Homemade burger with bacon and cheese

RECIPE: Homemade burger with bacon and cheese

Eating a burger is satisfying ... but it tastes even better when you’ve made it from scratch.

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Naheed Ashraf, Abdul Haleem, Misba Tabassum, Tayeba Butt and Zoya Bhatti. (s)

Taste of sweet success for Misba

Residents whipped up not only a selection of delicious dishes but also a rich serving of community spirit when they attended a recipe-sharing event.

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Stephen and Chantel.

Burnley couple's holiday ruined by bird poo in hotel food

A Burnley man who booked a holiday to cheer up his grieving partner became violently ill after eating food he believes birds had defecated on.
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Volunteers Jackie Shaw and Jean Duff advertising Brierfield Action in Community's recipe event. (s)

Brierfield Action in the Community's sweet recipe event

A Brierfield group is serving up a delicious slice of community spirit with a food-inspired event.

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Talking beer: ‘Zero tolerance’ to bar-room swearing presents problems

Now, I’m sure most of you have used a few swear words in conversion, within the confines of a public house or bar. However, if you are now heard using some choice industrial language in a Samuel Smith’s hostelry it is now likely you are going to be directed towards the exit door.

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