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Tim Hayward – The energetic food writer and broadcaster makes us a hearty lunch of salsiccia and lentils, professes his great love of American diners and explains how an English spy novelist got him into cooking

Tim Hayward’s Cambridge & London Address Book – The author and broadcaster on a burger obsessive in Cambridge, a Jewish-style deli in Hoxton and a "phenomenal" Chinese supermarket

Salsiccia con Lenticchie (Italian sausages with lentils) – “This dish seemed to crop up in all sorts of restaurants when I first moved to London, places like St John, The Quality Chop House and the Eagle. For one,

Inside Tim Hayward’s Kitchen – The author and broadcaster on a "consistently fantastic" coffee blend, a "brilliantly useful" knife from his collection, and the comic strip cookbook he values above all others

Rosamund Young – The farmer and author makes roast beef and a mulberry flan for lunch, reflects on her desire for self-sufficiency and takes us to meet her famous herd of cows

Mulberry & Apple Flan – “A long time ago King James I made a law that all his noblemen had to plant mulberry trees because he thought he could start a British silk industry; it

Rosamund Young’s West of England Address Book – The farmer and author of The Secret Life of Cows on a fabulous organic veg box, her local milk supplier and a massive natural grocery store

Inside Rosamund Young’s Kitchen – The farmer and author on the virtues of beef dripping, her beloved grain mill and a bread book that's been "read to pieces"

Tom Jaine – The food writer and publisher assembles lunch at his Devon smallholding, recalls his upbringing at a revolutionary restaurant and admits to his 12-a-day instant coffee habit

Tom Jaine’s Devon (And Beyond) Address Book – The food writer and publisher on "one of the great British chefs", a good place to find calf’s liver, and Totnes’ most toothsome loaves

Inside Tom Jaine’s Kitchen – The food writer and publisher on his love of Nescafé, a nickel saucepan he rescued from a pig field, and the "most enjoyable" 18th-century cookery book

Asma Khan – The founder of Darjeeling Express makes mutton keema for lunch, recalls cooking lessons in her family’s Calcutta palace, and explains why she only employs women at her new London restaurant

Keema Matar – “This dish of mutton mince with peas is the ultimate in comforting and nourishing food and cooked three or four times a week in many Indian households. It is quick

Asma Khan’s London Address Book – The chef-owner of Darjeeling Express picks out her favourite Indian restaurants, a great Filipino supermarket, and the bakery where she goes for Sunday treats

Inside Asma Khan’s Kitchen – The chef-owner of Darjeeling Express on homemade tamarind water, metal spoons from India and her two favourite South Asian cookbooks

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