Monthly Archives: January 2014

Victoria

I’ve been a vegetarian for a few years and I’ve used a lot of recipes from other websites and they never seem to work. I put it down to my cooking skills, and then I came across yours and they … Continue reading

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Caramelised Onion, Balsamic & Fig Chutney

This is so easy to make and tastes awesome as part of a cheeseboard, or even with some grilled meat. The background spice flavour really works with the sweet figs.

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Spiced Sea Bass with Chunky Cumin Pea Puree

A winning combo of pea puree with bass. This is one of my favourite recipes to make mid week as it’s quick and easy to scale up if you need to cook for more than 2!

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Pantry Chicken

This recipe is perfect for when you are feeling tired, want little washing up, and more importantly, you want to use up some pantry ingredients!

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Old School Gingernuts

Do you remember gingernuts?

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Jayne

I just tried out your marmalade recipe and it’s incredible. Thanks for sharing. I look forward to trying out some more recipes.

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Apple & Raisin Muffin Tops

This is one of the easiest muffin recipes and should be really healthy, but I’ve decided to add a crunchy topping, so kinda not that low fat, but ain’t far off!

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It’s Seville Marmalade Season

It’s that time of year again when the shops and markets are filled with those amazing little bitter oranges from Seville. They are too tart to eat on their own but they make fantastic marmalade. So what are you waiting … Continue reading

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