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  Diana Henry 30 August 2005  
Cookery writer shows how to make a perfect salad for the autumn

If you spent the Bank Holiday in the North West of England you'll have thought summer was over and you've put the heating on - whilst in the South East there was no hint of impending autumn.

Our salad recipe is for those oop north to try right now - and people down south can ready themselves because their turn will come.

The Sunday Telegraph food writer Diana Henry shows Anna McNamee how to give a traditional French salad an Irish twist, making it a perfect salad for the autumn season.

Pear, roast onion, hazelnut and cashel blue cheese salad

Crazy Water, Pickled Lemons, published by Mitchell Beazley / ISBN 1 84000 501 7
 The Gastropub Cookbook, published by Mitchell Beazley / ISBN 1 84000 742 7


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