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Ask people what they’ve missed during lockdown and most will mention the joy of sharing food with loved ones. So, as social-distancing rules begin to relax and we look forward to those longed-for summer gatherings, what’s needed is some simple, tasty dishes you can rustle up without fuss. Enter food writer Megan Davies’ perfectly-timed, new recipe book Home Bird – Simple low-waste recipes for family and friends (Ryland Peters & Small, £16.99).

Inspired by nostalgic meals and cooking for loved ones, Davies has created a collection of wholesome, seasonal recipes for the eco-conscious home cook. Full of ideas for feeding family and friends in a more sustainable way, there are ideas for fridge-raid meals, ways to stretch leftovers into tasty new meals and suppers for sharing, plus handy menu plans and tips for

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