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Scary spice?


Robin Scott, former Sporting Gun editor-at-large

I take my hat off to chefs. They’re an imaginative bunch of oven huggers.

Not a week passes without a brace or more scraping out a copper-bottomed pan filled with something worthy of a Michelin star, possibly two.

And yes, photographs of

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