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16:16

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Sweet viburnum

Denise Bush

Viburnum odoratissum (sometimes listed as V. lucidum), is native to China, Japan, India and Burma. It is a surprisingly hardy plant and one of the few viburnums that will survive in a very hot climate. Commonly called sweet viburnum as the flowers ... spring, and clipping it again after flowering, will promote new growth and encourage a compact growth habit. Sweet viburnum has large, oval, leathery leaves which turn red in the autumn. The perfumed conical racemes of small, white flowers appear in ... the green berries appear, gradually turning red and then black as they mature; an autumn treat for the birds. Although moderately drought-hardy once established, sweet viburnum looks best and stays healthier if watered regularly during the driest

16:17

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The sweet history of turrón

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

Christmas in Spain wouldn't be without its favourite seasonal sweet treats. Turrón, marzipan, polvorones, mantecados, peladillas, alajúes, alfajores, tortas reales are just some of the names of the mainly almond-based delicacies that fill the ... Spanish sweet-making. Arabic roots This was all thanks to the Moors, who, apart from conquering the land, knew how to win over people's palates. Readers are probably familiar with halva, a typical sweet in Islamic countries made with semolina and ... sweet made with honey, egg whites and nuts which appears in the Arabic recipe books from the tenth century as 'n?tif'. In the Kit?b al-Tab?kh or Book of Dishes, a cookery book written just over 1,000 years ago in Baghdad by Ibn Sayyar al-Warr?q, we

12:23

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Short but sweet; Nerja rocks to God Save the Queen

Jennie Rhodes

...arm cuff, just like the real Freddie Mercury did for that historical Live Aid performance. And then at 11:50pm, they disappeared off the stage for the last time. The performance was short but sweet. Karen and Richard Cox, from Lincolnshire, who were

18:31

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What exactly goes into all those sweets?

ELENA MARTÍN

When you read this headline, and think of the typical gummy, stretchy sweet, some may think they are all petroleum jelly, but no. The main ingredient in all sweets, even the jelly kind, is sugar. And this is usually added in large quantities, ... although under different names, such as glucose syrup, fructose and sucrose. That's why people like them so much. Sugar, as well as giving food a sweet flavour, activates the dopamine and opioids system of the brain, which are associated with wellbeing ... food companies have found themselves obliged to develop formulas adapted to changing demands, including sweet manufacturers. As a result, there are now mini-sizes, whose portions are smaller to reduce calorie value and sugar intake. Others have

12:49

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Sweet Parma violets

Denise Bush

The genus viola has around 600 species which includes dog violets (commonly called Johnny Jump-Ups because they self-seed and spread everywhere), wild pansies and sweet violets. Some of them are perennial, others annuals. Pansies are a cross between

16:42

What to do

Sweet black molasses and May crosses

Jennie Rhodes

Ingenio (molasses factory) and will include guided tours during which visitors will have the opportunity to see the old machinery and molasses-making process. There will also be tastings of the dark, sweet liquid, which is used in a variety of traditional

14:45

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Versatile and sweet beetroot

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Its peculiar sweet and earthy flavour makes beetroot one of those vegetables that either provoke passions or phobias. Those who love it can take advantage of its many nutritional qualities. It is an antioxidant, high in fibre and low in calories. ... Considering the sweet taste of this vegetable it only has 43 calories per 100 grammes. Beetroot is the root of a plant in the amaranth family, which also includes spinach and Swiss chard. Originally from the coastal zones of Europe and Asia, Beta vulgaris

10:57

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Colourful capsicums, sweet and peppery versatility

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...developing new varieties to add to the catalogue of around 130 commercially-grown types of peppers which includes different colours and flavours. At the moment the new trend is the super-sweet, snack peppers which come in up to seven different colours, the ... long conical shape and turns from green to red when mature. The small ones are used as 'snack peppers' and are sweet and crunchy. The Lamuyo pepper is a rectangular shape or truncated cone. According to the variety, when ripe it turns red or ... furrowed. They are consumed green, usually fried, and some are rather hot while others are quite sweet.