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Lemon meringue roulade with pistachio

This is a great chilled dessert to feed a crowd and impress them too. Often egg yolks are left over after making meringue, but here they’re used to make lemon curd and to give a luxurious filling. This recipe makes more lemon curd than you need to fill the roulade. The extra can be stored...

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Raspberry ripple Swiss roll

This raspberry ripple Swiss roll looks impressive, yet is surprisingly easy to make. Equipment: you will need a 33x 23cm/13 x 9in Swiss roll tin and an electric whisk. Ingredients flavorless oil or butter, for greasing 3 large free-range eggs 75g/2½oz caster sugar, plus 3 tbsp for sprinkling 75g/2½oz self-raising flour For the filling 150ml/¼ pint double cream 75g/2½oz raspberry jam...

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Spiced pavlova with plums and cherries

The plums are cooked for a short time to keep their shape. But they could also be cooked for much longer if you prefer to make more of a compôte for this spicy late summer dessert. Ingredients For the pavlova 5 free-range egg whites 1 tsp ground cinnamon 250g/9oz caster sugar 1 tsp white vinegar For the cherries 100g/3½oz dried...

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Cappuccino pavlova recipe

I have long been a parabolic but this is my first venture into a fruit-free version. The instant espresso powder (do not use regular instant coffee granules) gives bitter oomph to the sweet, marshmallowy meringue. Ingredients 250g/9oz caster sugar 4 tsp instant espresso powder (not instant coffee granules) 4 free-range egg whites pinch salt 2 tsp cornflour 1 tsp white vinegar...

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Coffee cake with coffee cream recipe

Nigel Slater adds his twist to the classic coffee and walnut combination. The coffee-flavored cream filling is a sublime Alternative to the usual buttercream. Ingredients 175g/6oz butter 175g/6oz golden caster sugar 3 large free-range eggs 175g/6oz self-raising flour 1 tsp baking powder 2 tsp instant coffee granules 65g/2¾oz walnut pieces For the topping and filling 600ml/1 pint double cream 1 tbsp instant coffee powder,...

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Borderwall as Architecture

Borderwall as Architecture is an artistic and intellectual hand grenade of a book, and a timely re-examination of what the physical barrier that divides the United States of America from the United Mexican States is and could be. It is both a protest against the wall and a projection about its future. Through a series of...

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Major Security Flaw With Intel CPUs Said to be Behind Secretive Updates

Evidence is mounting that many of the biggest companies in the IT industry are working together to rush out a number of patches to their respective products because of a massive security hole that has been identified in all Intel CPUs released over at least the past decade. Security researchers and industry professionals have posted...

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7 PHOTOGRAPHY MARKETING TIPS YOU HAVE TO TRY

Ah, marketing… the one element of taking pictures for a living that many a photographer dreads. Marketing is the business side of the photography industry, yet as a photographer, you’re a creative-minded soul. Those two aspects are sometimes hard to reconcile, but you’ll never be able to survive without marketing yourself…unless you want no one...

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HOW TO SETUP A SUCCESSFUL PHOTOGRAPHY BUSINESS

You love taking pictures. You’ve got a DSLR camera with some great lenses. Everyone says you’re talented, and you have done some freelance photography work. Now, you are ready to take the next step and start your own photography business. As you transition into your new business, you will need to get more equipment and...

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4 TIPS FOR DEVELOPING YOUR CREATIVE VISION

Developing creative vision in photography is an often-neglected subject. This is unfortunate, as vision is one of the most important aspects of photography. Without artistic vision, a photograph is just a photo. But with vision, your photos can go beyond everyday photos; they can become inspired images, with depth and meaning – images that convey your message...