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Zoe Adjonyoh – The chef & food writer cooks Moroccan chicken for lunch, recounts a journey to her Ghanaian roots and explains how a pot of peanut butter stew launched a flourishing food career

Moroccan Chicken With Lemon Yoghurt Dip – “I chose this dish because I enjoy playing with flavours from parts of Africa other than Ghana when I can, and it went down so well when I cooked it

Zoe Adjonyoh’s London Address Book – The founder of Zoe's Ghana Kitchen recommends a "chaotic and homely" Georgian restaurant, an unpretentious tapas bar and her favourite Ghanaian market store

Inside Zoe Adjonyoh’s Kitchen – The chef and food writer on Ghanaian hot sauce, gaudy fridge magnets and the inspirations for her cookbook

Dan Barber’s War Against Waste – As wastED London draws to a close, the pioneering New York chef talks beetroot burgers, revolutionising restaurants and how he was inspired by Britain’s post-war food culture

Roger Phillips – The horticulturalist and food writer takes us around his secret London garden, discusses his deep-rooted love of mushrooms and explains why he sleeps in his kitchen

Inside Roger Phillips’ Kitchen – The master of mushrooms on his favourite vegetable, a divisive kitchen gadget and his two most prized food books

Roger Phillips’ London Address Book – The mushroom expert recommends his favourite bistro, two great London institutions and his local farmers' market

Ryan Chetiyawardana – The cocktail pioneer devises an elaborate pairing menu, explains the deceptively simple idea behind his bars, confesses a major food aversion and recalls his favourite ever meal

Ryan Chetiyawardana’s London Address Book – The bar owner on a classic restaurant and its various offshoots, a kebab joint that plays heavy metal and (probably) his favourite food shop in London

Inside Ryan Chetiyawardana’s Kitchen – The pioneering bar owner on an amazing green tea with toasted rice, some crazy-looking champagne glasses and two cocktail books that inspire him

Fruit & Flowers – “This dessert is inspired by old-style Laphroaig whiskey. Particularly in the 60s, it was identified by this massive tropical fruit note, with florals and a bit of a honey texture.

Pig Cheeks, Fennel & Broad Beans With A Sherry Cocktail – “Pig cheeks, some braised fennel, broad beans, kefir with the garden herbs. The fermentation stuff is something we had quite a lot of fun playing around with – it’s quite

Cheese & Tomato With Bubbles – “The blanc de blanc has enough acidity to match with the tomatoes, and it cuts through the fattiness of the pancetta and the cheese. But it’s also got enough sweetness

The Gannet Q&A: Helen Graves – The London food blogger on an unforgettable meal in Ethiopia, her ideal breakfast (which involves Netflix and a truckload of smoked salmon) and the ingredient that obsesses her most

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