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Pan-roast cod with confit Jersey Royals, pancetta, samphire and lemon

Pan-roast cod with confit Jersey Royals, pancetta, samphire and lemon - Graham Campbell. Seaside flavours of cod and samphire are mingled with terrestrial potatoes and pancetta for a superb main course that would be a real showstopper, whether for a dinner party or an intimate meal, this baked fish recipe will impress.

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Vegetarian haggis

While most kids won't be able to stomach the thought of conventional haggis, this vegetarian haggis recipe from Scottish chef Graham Campbell is easily palatable and fun to put together.

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Vegetarian haggis

This vegetarian haggis recipe from Scottish chef Graham Campbell provides a delicious veggie main for Burns Night and beyond

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Confit belly of pork stuffed with black pudding with braised red cabbage, mash and cider jus

You'll need to be prepared to put in some effort to conjure up Graham Campbell's confit pork belly recipe, but persevere - the end result will be well worth it.

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Hot lapsang souchong smoked salmon, new potatoes and spring green salad

A fragrant tea smoked salmon recipe from chef Graham Campbell with a delicate new potato and spring green salad.

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Strawberries and champagne

A celebratory strawberries and champagne recipe from Graham Campbell includes a jelly, sorbet, crisp and purée

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Vegetarian haggis

While most kids won't be able to stomach the thought of conventional haggis, this vegetarian haggis recipe from Scottish chef Graham Campbell is easily palatable and fun to put together

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Vegetarian haggis

Fig and chestnut stuffing recipe

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Vegetarian haggis

This vegetable haggis from Graham Campbell has all the herbs, spices and binding oats of a conventional haggis, but as it's meat-free, it's particularly suitable for vegetarians and those put off by the thought of eating offal.

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