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The bonus tip of cutting the potatoes up before boiling was a great tip with perfect results!

“Great recipe! It appeared on the Huffington Post yesterday, so thought I’d give it a whirl today. My husband and I are impressed with the results! We are not mayo people and are happy to have this flavorful option. I think our dinner guests tonight will be quite happy, as well (if there is any left for them!). The bonus tip of cutting the potatoes up before boiling was a great tip with perfect results! Thank you so much.” – Elaine

Sheila Dillon presents the 2016 BBC Food & Farming Awards in this extended online special.

At the ceremony in Bristol, Sheila and three co-hosts – Yotam Ottolenghi, Angela Hartnett and Stefan Gates – guide us through the stories of the finalists and reveal this year’s winners.

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Food and Farming Awards 2016: Special Edition

Sheila Dillon presents the 2016 BBC Food & Farming Awards in this extended online special.

At the ceremony in Bristol, Sheila and three co-hosts – Yotam Ottolenghi, Angela Hartnett and Stefan Gates – guide us through the stories of the finalists and reveal this year’s winners.

This full-length edition, available to download and listen online, also features an extended version of the Derek Cooper Outstanding Achievement Award, presented this year to Dr Joan Morgan.

The ceremony marked the climax of a long process – starting with listeners’ nominations, then an expert team of judges sifting through your nominations in each of the categories, before making their visits right across the UK.

On stage at the ceremony, Sheila is joined by award givers including Jancis Robinson, Ken Hom, Mitch Tonks and the BBC Director General Lord Tony Hall. The finalists – and their stories – are insightful, inspiring… and delicious.

What to Cook This May

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Whoops! This guide is coming to you late this month. Better late than never? I submitted my cookbook manuscript to my editor last Monday, and spent the next few days recovering (as in, sleeping a reasonable number of hours per night, getting some exercise, and enjoying dinner with a friend, even). Then came a busy weekend in Oklahoma with my family. I’m definitely not finished with the cookbook yet—tons of photos to edit, and presumably lots of work once my editor is done reviewing it—but I’m so pleased with it right now. I can’t wait for you all to see it next spring! Continue Reading »

What to Cook This June

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We’re getting a jump start on June recipes today! After weeks of gray, cloudy days, I’m looking forward to a very green and sunny June. Blueberries, cherries and strawberries are finally coming back in season, so I’ll be celebrating with some sweet treats next month. Continue Reading »

Tex-Mex Breakfast Bowls

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I’ve been on a nutrition research kick lately. In my “free” time, I’ve been researching diets for cancer prevention, hormonal imbalances, adrenal support, and so on. You really don’t want to see how many tabs this girl can open when she’s on the hunt for valid resources. They would make you dizzy. Continue Reading »