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Heart Home magazine Asparagus Tart [1]

Recipe of the Week – Asparagus Tart

By | 13 August 2014

It’s time to start making the most of every last scrap of summer with activities that will get the kids out of the house and into the countryside. We can’t […]

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beetrootsoup1

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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