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two greedy Italians

… and that doesn’t mean us!  This delicious chicken dish is from the book of the same name by Gennaro Contaldo and the late Antonio Carluccio.  It is such a find although I’m afraid I don’t use fresh artichokes nor … Continue reading

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lamb koftas

I feel like the whole of January and some of February I was full of the miseries of not just one, but two colds! So I’m not going to say happy new year at this point because here we are … Continue reading

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spice up your sausage rolls

I know it’s been a while, so let’s hope you’ve missed me and I’ll move swiftly on! I recently lent the Bourke Street Bakery bread book to a friend and after she returned it I sat down and began flicking through … Continue reading

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greenhouse round-up

When we came back from our summer holiday (ages ago) my neighbour had very kindly looked after the greenhouse and a lovely tray of tomatoes was waiting for us! Some of the tomatoes weren’t great in either flavour or texture … Continue reading

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Seville orange marmalade

It’s time for making marmalade again. Seville oranges arrive in the shops during January or early February and they really make the best marmalade. Tangy and not too sweet. I like to use the AGA method given in The AGA … Continue reading

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