The English Garden

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Orchard

by Jane McMorland Hunter and Chris Kelly Pavilion, £16.99

he fruit harvest is almost upon us and with it the pressure of how to put yet another kilogram of juicy berries or plums to good use. If the prospect of bringing the next saucepan of jam to a rolling boil inspires immediate fatigue, you could do

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