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Meat Free Monday – winter, week 07

Phew! I’m up to date – although I did miss one week over the festive period – sorry. Today I made a Wensleydale and carrot chutney sandwich for my lunch. It reminded me (not sure why) of the carrot and … Continue reading

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Meat Free Monday – winter, week 01

Well, it certainly feels like winter here – snow on the ground, pretty as a picture but treacherous underfoot! I have a wee foot injury which I have to rest this week (fell over the laundry basket!) and so I … Continue reading

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Meat Free Monday – autumn, week 09

I’m sorry I wasn’t here last week – I’m sure the Thai vegetable curry would have been delicious and I’m definitely going to try it – but not tonight! Tonight I had a delicious chickpea tagine with harissa for dinner. … Continue reading

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Meat Free Monday – spring, week 08

I’m afraid I was a bit naughty – I posted the Meat Free Monday breakfast yesterday. I thought the huevos rancheros deserved their own space so you’ll find them in ‘Sunday brunch – huevos rancheros’. The packed lunch option for … Continue reading

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winter is here

Winter is definitely here. I know because I needed two fleeces and gloves when I went for a walk on Sunday! I could live with the cold if the days were all like this! When I came back I decided … Continue reading

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my scotch broth

If ever you’ve been stuck for something to do with some leftover chicken, look no further. It doesn’t even need to be very much chicken. In fact, this soup can be made without any meat but it really does need … Continue reading

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one pot dinner

Tonight we’re having sausage and root vegetable stew. The recipe I’m using is by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall from his latest book River Cottage Every Day. So far, it’s the only recipe I’ve done from this book but based on the result, … Continue reading

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