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Baking British

Bakewell Muffins

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It’s hard to think of a recipe I’ve been happier with than my Cherry Bakewell Tart. And yet, with time often short, it can be so difficult to spare enough of it to give such a creation the respect it deserves. Bakewell Muffins it is…

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Asian Indian Vegan

Gobi Manchurian

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Gobi Manchurian is just about the best thing you can do with a cauliflower. Soft, bite-sized florets of cauliflower, coated in a light and crispy tempura batter, deep fried and served in a sweet, spicy and sticky sauce. What’s not to like?

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Baking Bread

Beginner’s Sourdough Bread

It feels like everyone knows and yearns for good bread. Even if they don’t bake it, they have a supplier. And it’s because there’s something so fundamentally comforting about a good loaf – a combination, perhaps, of its mouth-watering aroma, chewy texture and thick crust.

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Not Food

A frugal Update

Has it been over two years? Well, no doubt you’ll want an explanation. Unfortunately, I haven’t much of one to offer – life has been busy, but hasn’t everyone’s? In truth, things – specifically cycling – get in the way, and old hobbies get relegated to the lock-up round the corner.

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Recipes Vegetarian Winter

One-Pot Mushroom Stew

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Food blogging goes in yearly cycles. Between the months of November and February it’s obligatory, at some point, to devise a new one-pot stew recipe and state just how much we love the autumn and/or winter. Here we are again.