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Ten Little Elves Activity Sheets

Keep the littlies busy with these fun Christmas activities based on Ten Little Elves by Mike Brownlow

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Eton Mess from Persiana

An Eton Mess recipe with a twist! Sabrina Ghayour’s Eastern Mess is a Persian take on the traditional British dessert, replacing strawberries with raspberries and adding a taste of the Middle East. This version is perfumed with Persian rosewater and combined with raspberries, basil and delicate pistachio slivers which give a little crunch to every bite.

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Seftali from Oklava

From Selin Kiazim’s gorgeus book Oklava, comes this unique recipe for Cypriot kebab:Şeftali was probably one of the first things I planned to put on the menu at Oklava, first because it’s a Cypriot kebab, and second because it’s my favourite! You must eat it with an onion salad, lavash or Turkish bread to absorb the juices, and lots of lemon. I have given specific measurements for the onion and parsley because for me it is very important to have the correct quantities, and every bunch of parsley or onion weighs a different amount.

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The Girl with the Lost Smile

This is a story guaranteed to make you laugh and cry: the first children's book from award-winning, bestselling author and comedian Miranda Hart.

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Welcome to the World of Donovan Bixley

Get ready for some fun with these Donovan Bixley activity sheets!

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Nevermoor, Jessica Townsend

Born on an unlucky day, Morrigan Crow is blamed for all local misfortunes, from hailstorms to heart attacks - and, worst of all, the curse means that Morrigan is doomed to die at midnight on Eventide.

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Beef Noodle Stir-fry from 'Edmonds More Food for Flatters'

Quick, simple and delicious, this spicy beef and noodle stir-fry is perfect for a easy weeknight dinner. Have it together with your flatmates or pack the leftovers for lunch the next day!

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Slow Cooked Lamb from 'Simple'

Easy, but rich and exotic, a real feast for a long lazy weekend lunch or dinner. The lamb should be very soft, almost falling apart, but cooking time varies depending on the time of year, so start checking it after four hours.

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Easy Ham Frittata and Little Apple Pies from 'Edmonds Beginner's Cookbook'

A frittata is an Italian-style omelette. It can be served in many ways: hot with a fresh green salad or cold for a picnic or in a lunchbox. You can also serve Frittata in thin wedges as a starter.

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Double Sweet Potato Pie, from 'How to Eat Better'

Sticky sweet, an amazing colour and made with over 50 per cent fruit, veg and nuts, this is James Wong’s nutrient-dense, no-added-sugar take on the soul-food classic.

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