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At the end of the year and the beginning of the next I like to have a big clear out of my fridge, freezer and cupboards. For two reasons. First, and I think this is true for many people in December,
I used to think of quiche as a dull, beige pastry which got wheeled out from old cookery books from time to time and no one was particularly fussed about it. Turns out I was wrong. It's a most
Also known as eggs en cocotte this is a classic recipe and one I can't believe I've never made before! My baked eggs with spinach and cheddar take no time at all to make; it's on the table in under 15
There were two things I discovered I loved when I was in Italy. The first was nduja (if it was on a menu, I was having it) and the second was broccoli on pizza. It seemed, to me, a very good idea to
I can't say no to blackcurrants; whatever they are in I will like it. They have such a distinctive flavour and when I found some at the market I had to set about making a blackcurrant frangipane tart.
There's honey, and then there's honey. I like all of it but my preference is for local honey. Delicious in so many recipes I wanted to make the honey the star of the dish; so I set about baking a
This was a gifted meal. Earlier this year I went to The Fox at Peasemore for dinner. I hadn't ever been there before but it's safe to say that I will be going back. Not long after I'd been for
Whenever peaches are in season I always plan to cook something with them. More often than not though I just end up eating the peaches from the fruit bowl because they're irresistible. Not this time!