Country Life 9 January 2019 celebrates the happy accidents of the canine world, looks at our country’s stunning snowdrops and showcases crumble recipes sure to warm your heart.
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MAKE MINE A MONGREL: Find out why countless celebrities, including Jeremy Irons, have fallen for the scruffy charms of Heinz 57s.
COUNTRYSIDE IN FILM: British scenery can enhance a good film and save a bad one, says Andrew Roberts.
VISUAL TREASURES: Racehorses at dawn in Dorset.
ESSEX ESTATES: Ghostly reminders of lost country estates beguile Fiona Reynolds on a walk around Audley End.
DELICIOUS GRAVADLAX: Served hot or cold, this dish is worth the effort.
LAST GOLD REFINERY: Find out how London’s last gold refinery is still creating fortunes from old jewellery.
INTERIORS: Space-defying guest bedrooms.
CRUMBLE COMFORT: Nothing beats a piping-hot bowl of fruit crumble, but is this queen of puddings actually American?
GARDENS: Michael Heseltine extols the myriad beauties of the snowdrop.
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