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Easy Picnic Recipes

By | 2 May 2014

Make the most of the longer and warmer days with a lazy afternoon enjoying the countryside and enjoying a vintage inspired picnic. Here are some simple easy to make recipes […]

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Four Ways to Improve your Cooking Skills

By | 5 July 2013

Cooking is great fun and the options of what you can make for yourself, your family or flatmates, are endless. You too can become a great home chef – it’s […]

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Delicious and different camping breakfasts

By | 23 April 2013

Now that the weather is finally perking up I’ve started thinking about camping holidays. It’s such a pleasure to wake up in the fresh air, and you can’t be in a hurry […]

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Honey and Pistachio Cakes

Little Honey & Pistachio Cakes

By | 28 March 2013

If there is ever an time for baking a few sweet treats, it is at Easter. My first instinct was to share a chocolate themed recipe, but should you find […]

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Honey and Pistachio Cakes

Little Honey & Pistachio Cakes

By | 28 March 2013

If there is ever an time for baking a few sweet treats, it is at Easter. My first instinct was to share a chocolate themed recipe, but should you find […]

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How To Eat Slowly – Pheasant

By | 19 October 2012

We increasingly look to replace cheap poultry with high quality meat – but the price of quality chicken, no matter how meals are made from it, can still be steep. […]

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How To Eat Slowly: Time to be a Piggy

By | 28 September 2012

Autumn tip-toes its arrival, the leaves turn a little, the nights draw in, and then suddenly, without warning the temperature sharpens and the air just smells of Fall: bonfire and […]

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How To Eat Slowly – Grouse

By | 21 September 2012

Incredibly the United Kingdom has over 75% of the world’s remaining heather moorlands, making it a habitat far scarcer than rainforest or even mangroves. These beautiful moors seen on holidays, […]

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How to choose the right contemporary kitchen design

By | 31 August 2012

For many people, a kitchen is far more than just a place in which food is made, pots and cutlery are washed and pets are fed. To such people, a […]

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How To Eat Slowly – Cobnuts

By | 24 August 2012

Kentish Cobnuts are an all too rare find. A Presidia food in the SlowFood Ark of Taste, there were 7000 acres in Victorian times, now they number 200 and falling. […]

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