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3 show-stopping veggie mains to make for your next dinner party

The secret to having friends over for dinner is all in the prep. As much as an elaborate meal may seem like a good idea in your head, when it's Saturday night and you're stirring, frying and sweating away in the kitchen rather than sitting at the table with a glass of wine, you'll realise you've made a big mistake. That's why we're always on the lookout for simple and delicious recipes that can be prepped in advance (or which let the oven do the hard work for you), so that you can spend less time at the hob, and more time with your friends.

Here to help us in our search is recipe writer and food stylist Anna Shepherd, with her new book Love Vegetables. With a focus on vibrant, flavour-packed dishes that are all 100% vegetarian-friendly, the recipes are all about making vegetables the star of the show. From a cheese and greens-laden filo pie to a comforting parmigiana, the following dishes can easily be made ahead of time – and promise to please whoever you have coming over. 

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Whether you're dishing up spring salads or roast potatoes, these serving sets will make a chic addition to any table 
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This bamboo-handle design also comes as a cutlery set, if you like to have things matching
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Hair oils can be a bit of a tricky world to navigate. One person's 'just right' can be another's 'too heavy', and when it comes to curl care, the balance can be even more delicate. On the one hand, you need moisture like a pen needs ink; it's essential. On the other hand, you don't want your curls and coils to be weighed down or greasy.

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