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“Christian explains, "The game, called Darina and Niko's Incredible Adventure, is presented in a vintage-8-bit style and features a couple of stages where players can choose either the bride or the groom to rescue their significant other.”
“Darina Allen's Ballymaloe Cookery Course follows the Larousse template, although they allow the butter and sugar to turn golden before adding the fruit to the pan and cooking until you achieve a "dark caramel colour".”
“The principle problem to overcome when making strawberry jam is their lack of pectin, which, according to Darina Allen's Ballymaloe Cookery Course, is a "mucilaginous substance" tasty that rather handily, acts a setting agent.”
“With this in mind, Darina Allen gives a "cheat's recipe" in her Ballymaloe Cookery Course which uses bicarbonate of soda and cream of tartar instead.”
“At the end of the course Darina Allen, who ran it, asked me where I'd like to cook and I mentioned the River Café.”
“She plans to post about the upcoming, new Darina Basarab series sometime this week.”
“Darina, Phoenix's grief-stricken girlfriend, is on the verge.”
“This recipe comes from my friend Darina Alleriy who runs an exceptional school in Ireland called Ballymaloe Cookery School.”
“Tim and his wife, Darina, who founded the school, share their love of food with several hundred people each year in one of the most beautiful culinary schools in the world.”
“So through the years our house became one divided, my mother, Faskel, and Darina on one side, my father and I on the other.”
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