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    In her pursuit of flavour, cook and writer Samin Nosrat has distilled the art of great cooking into its essence.

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New year, new you? Maybe not, but with summer in full swing, now's the time to take advantage of tropical fruit, ripe tomatoes and balmy nights that call for spicy food. And why not learn some new kitchen tricks along the way?

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Nectarine recipes

Whether you prefer the soft elegance of the white nectarine, or the tang of the yellow variety, this sumptuous fruit can be enjoyed in salads, desserts, conserves and cocktails.

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Fast summer dinners

From an effortless tomato and ricotta herbed tart to Sri Lankan fish curries and chewy pork-and-pineapple skewers, these no-fuss recipes lend to relaxing on a hot summer's night.

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24 hours in Murrumbateman


Home to a wealth of cellar doors and dining hotspots, Murrumbateman was one of Yass Valley's best-kept secrets. Until now.

Finding adventure in unlikely places


Hungry llamas, lost passports and drunken confessions in Japanese pubs – sometimes adventure comes looking for you, writes novelist Natasha Pulley.

Three of the best boutique hotels in Paris


A new crop of centrally located boutique hotels places flaneurs in the heart of Paris.

Where to eat, stay and drink in Dublin


Cultured and quirky, the Irish capital is a mix of Georgian heritage and culinary surprises that span cerebral plates in suburban Dublin to new slants on the traditional Irish breakfast.