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Christmas Red Cabbage

I love red cabbage at any time of the year, but it’s even better when you enhance it’s flavour. I found this recipe on YouTube, and I think I’ll be giving it ago for this Christmas. Advertisements

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Quick Links 12th December 2016

Each week I’ll try and post quick links to things that I’ve seen, read, inspired me or just sparked my interest in the previous week, with a little background and my thoughts and other things that I’ve been up to … Continue reading

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Making A Quick Potato Salad

Here’s a quick video for making potato salad. Details below. Makes enough for four people. You’ll Need: 6 to 8 small / medium sized potatoes Fresh Chives or mint 2 small / medium red onions Mayonnaise Salt & Pepper Lemon … Continue reading

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Making Summer Vegetable Tart

This is an easy and quick way to use up gluts of some vegetables, and you can swap out ingredients for whatever you happen to have. For this version you’ll need: Sheet of ready made puff-pastry (or hand make a sheet) … Continue reading

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Allotment Update 18th June 2016

I had a really productive weekend on the allotment. I’d been itching to get down to the plot all week, so was pleased when Saturday came around. It’s odd, that as I work for myself, I shouldn’t feel guilty about … Continue reading

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Goats Cheese, Feta and Pear Pizza

Now this may not sound like everyone’s idea of a pizza topping combination, but it is tasty! You’ll need: For the dough (unless you’re using a ready made base): 300g strong white bread flour (plus extra for rolling and kneading) … Continue reading

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Sweetcorn With Heat!

This is a really quick recipe for adding a little heat and flavour to corn on the cob. Simply clean your corn cob, and wrap up in some kitchen foil, with a large knob of butter, a diced chilli and … Continue reading

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