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My Waterloo celebration

The swede lion that Wendell Steavenson served as part of her Waterloo extravaganza

You can blame Heston Blumenthal for the culinary chaos that took place over my dinner table recently. I fell for his style of dramatic cooking 10 years ago, after a Steavenson family visit to the Fat Duck, his restaurant in Bray. Yes, the meal was delicious, but it was something else that made it special; something more than taste. A spoonful of lime and…

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