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Lord’s Cricket ground: Eton vs Harrow

Brian Levison’s Cricket Grounds Then and Now offers a historic and nostalgic insight into the pasts of some of the most iconic cricket grounds around the world, paired with their modern-day equivalent in a Then & Now format, and this extract takes a look at the amazing… Read More

Green Mac ‘n’ Cheese recipe from Feed Your Family

FEEDS 4 75g/2½oz unsalted butter 5 tablespoons plain flour 1½ teaspoons English mustard powder 775ml/27¼fl oz full-fat milk 175g/6oz extra-mature Cheddar cheese, grated 1 teaspoon sweet smoked paprika Several good gratings of nutmeg 300g/10½oz frozen spinach, defrosted and liquid squeezed out 400g/14oz small pasta, like macaroni 5 tablespoons stale breadcrumbs… Read More

The Joy of Weeds – Pavilion & HQ’s Favourite Weeds

To call a plant a weed is doing it a real injustice. It’s simply a wild plant that is not deliberately cultivated, growing where it is not wanted. By this definition, virtually any plant outside a carefully tended garden is a weed. The intolerance of weeds is a mark of… Read More

RECIPE: Fruit Crumble from Gut-Loving Cookbook

In celebration of the publication of Gut-Loving Cookbook by Lisa & Alana McFarlane of The Gut Stuff, here is a lovely desert recipe from the book, bound to please every sweet-toothed person in the family. From Gut-Loving Cookbook by Lisa & Alana Macfarlane: The perfect end to a Sunday roast!… Read More

Dinner inspo: Lancashire Hot Pot

We’ve shared lots of vegan and veggie recipes, so here is something for the carnivores. This comforting and indulgent, slow-cooking Lancashire Hot Pot from James May’s Oh Cook! is full of flavour and texture, and might just become your new favourite dinner. Make sure you start it early though. Read More

Veggie inspiration: Oozy Butternut Orzo

Veganuary might be over but meat-free cooking is here to stay. This incredible, decadent and just scrumptious butternut orzo from Ben Lebus’ cookbook ‘MOB Veggie’ is a Pavilion favourite, and is an amazing meal for those cold winter evenings.   by Ben Lebus The ooziest orzo about – the… Read More