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A Scandilicious Beetroot and Ginger Soup

By | 5 December 2013

I’ve long had a passion for everything Scandinavian: from Hans. J. Wegner’s CH24 Wishbone Chair and double-bills of Borgen on a Saturday night to Bjorn Wiinblad ceramics and Scandinavian cooking. […]

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Parmesan Marjoram Popcorn

Two popcorn recipes: one savoury, one sweet

By | 29 July 2013

Earlier this week, in an attempt to nip-in-the-bud any school holiday boredom, I purchased a bag of popping corn for my children. At eight and four these little golden kernels of […]

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Peach Rhubarb Pistachio Tart

Peach, Rhubarb and Pistachio Tarts

By | 5 July 2013

Our allotment is still giving us rhubarb: blush tinged sticks of green that are just asking to be made into a summery dessert. So very often I use them to […]

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Pineapple Upside-down Cake

Pineapple Upside-down Cake

By | 13 June 2013

Yes, it is unashamedly kitsch, but I make no apologies for this cake. I simply adore a Pineapple Upside-down Cake. I was something I grew up with: a staple that […]

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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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Cauliflower

A Rekindled Love

By | 7 March 2013

Cauliflower: it’s not a vegetable I’ve ever been too hot on. It’s not that I don’t like it, it’s just not one that I’m particularly drawn towards down the vegetable […]

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chard pizza

Swiss Chard, Garlic & Gruyere Pizza

By | 28 February 2013

I’m always experimenting with new recipes. It’s most weeks that I attempt one. It may end up being ‘a one-off’, ‘a phase’, or indeed ‘a stayer’. Amongst these weekly  ‘experiments’ […]

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chard pizza

Swiss Chard, Garlic & Gruyere Pizza

By | 28 February 2013

I’m always experimenting with new recipes. It’s most weeks that I attempt one. It may end up being ‘a one-off’, ‘a phase’, or indeed ‘a stayer’. Amongst these weekly  ‘experiments’ […]

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pasties

The only two pasty recipes you’ll ever need

By | 21 February 2013

As I write this post it feels like a Friday or a Thursday at the very least. It is in fact Tuesday. It’s half term and we’ve had a busy […]

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