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Discover new places with the Heritage Open Days at the National Trust
From 8 to 11 September, special National Trust places across the country will once again be throwing open their doors to celebrate Heritage Open Days. This annual festival celebrates the country’s diverse history, architecture and culture offering...
Recipes: Tis' the Season
Christmas tree meringue pyramid with Spiced Berry filling (pictured above) This looks spectacular and is perfect for entertaining. Make the meringue layers ahead of time and store in an airtight container then simply assemble on the day. Ready in: 1½...
Book Reviews: 30 August
OUT NOW WHAT’S A HOSTESS TO DO? 313 IDEAS AND INSPIRATIONS FOR EFFORTLESS ENTERTAINING by Susan Spungen (Artisan, £12.99; offer price, £11.69) New York culinary guru and food stylist Susan Spungen off ers a guide to hosting a dinner party. Spungen...
Recipes: Christmas Leftovers
Brown Basmati and Chana Dal Khichri (pictured above) Inspired by the regal Bengali Cholar Dal, this wholesome khichri is made with the added goodness of brown basmati. The nutty warmth of the rice and lentils are perfectly matched with the delicate...
Book reviews: 30 March
OUT NOW BY BATTERSEA BRIDGE Janet Davey (Chatto & Windus, £12.99), 304pp Anita Mostyn is in her 30s but she'll always be a little sister. Were she and her two brothers a still life, the brilliant Barney and the adored Mark would be 'the perfect apples...
Book reviews: 5 October
OUT NOW A POSSIBLE LIFE by Sebastian Faulks (Hutchinson, £18.99) According to the author, this is a book concerned with 'the limitations of human identity'. Neither a novel nor a collection of short stories, it's perhaps best described as five...
Book reviews: 2 November
OUT NOW THE HOROLOGICON by Mark Forsyth (Icon Books, £12.99) Mark Forsyth wrote the bestselling Etymologicon, a collection of verbal curiosities. So, if you like the sound of that then you should rush out to buy this one – a day's jaunt through the...
The Lady Goes to Chatsworth
The Lady Goes to Chatsworth ...Aboard the Orient Express British Pullman on 20 June 2012 – £395** per person **The Lady Ambassadors and The Lady subscribers enjoy a 20% discount on this price; *The Lady readers, a 10% discount The Lady has acquired her...
The Daily: October 31
Animal Roundup A rarely-seen bird, the desert wheatear, is thought to have got lost whilst migrating from Asia to the Arabian desert, and has set up a temporary home in a large sandpit in Essex. Staff of the Essex Wildlife Trust spotted the female...
Book Reviews: 10 May
OUT NOW EATING FOR VICTORY (£9.99, Michael O’Mara Books; offer price, £9.49) The food writer Jill Norman contributes an insightful foreword to this collection of Second World War information leaflets, documents and recipes pressed upon the nation...
Book reviews: 10 August
OUT NOW THE UNINVITED by Liz Jensen (Bloomsbury, £12.99) An original, nightmarish, eighth crime novel from Liz Jensen, whose last, Rapture, was shortlisted for the Brit Writers' Award and selected as Channel 4's TV Book Club Best Read. Similarly...
Book Reviews: 8 March
OUT NOW A HOLOGRAM FOR THE KING by Dave Eggers (Hamish Hamilton, £18.99) As his name might suggest, businessman Alan Clay isn’t cut out for life in the Saudi Arabian desert. The problem for Alan is that he was a fish out of water in his native...
The story of the Women’s Institute has had food and cookery at its heart from the outset. When newly widowed Madge Watt arrived in Britain in 1913, this indomitable lady found a society ready and waiting for a new movement dedicated to the needs of...
Pleasure on a Plate
The title of this book, A Lot On Her Plate, says it all. It speaks of my love of a good meal, but it also reveals a little about my life in general. For me, cooking is about more than producing fuel for your body. It’s one of life’s simplest and most...
Book reviews: 12 October
OUT NOW RENEGADE by Robyn Young (Hodder & Stoughton, £16.99) A gripping new historical novel from the author of Brethren – Renegade is the second novel in Robyn Young's Insurrection trilogy and tells the story of Robert Bruce. Carefully researched and...
It’s going to be a very special show this year: the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, or ‘Chelsea’, as gardeners tend to call it, is celebrating its centenary, with RHS vice president Alan Titchmarsh launching the RHS Chelsea Centenary Appeal to raise £1m for...
Book Reviews: 13 July
OUT NOW PIECES OF LIGHT: THE NEW SCIENCE OF MEMORY by Charles Fernyhough (Profile Books, £14.99) Fernyhough is a novelist and academic psychologist who introduces current work about memory by means of exploring examples from real lives and fictional...
The Daily: March 18
Rhossili Bay in Wales voted best beach in the UK The TripAdvisor Traveller Choice Beaches Awards has named Rhossili Bay in Wales as the best beach in the UK, the third best in Europe and the ninth best in the world. Rhossili Bay in the Gower was chosen...
The Royals at Ascot
It is a sight that, once seen, is not often forgotten: Her Britannic Majesty and invited guests gliding down an expanse of freshly sodden race turf on a clear June day, to the sound of state trumpeters and view of four open landau carriages. Always...
Recipes: Bold Brekkies
Blueberry & beetroot porridge with chopped walnuts (pictured above) Start the day right with this colourful breakfast of blueberry and beetroot porridge, packed full of antioxidants and guaranteed to power you through the day. Serves: 4-6 Preparation...

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