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Turkey and bean Foccacia broth.

Although technically it’s not a broth, but that’s as good a description as any.

Having bought a family pack of turkey breast meat the other day I’m now trying to think of interesting things to do with it, this was quite similar to the…

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Food

Cooking with Chef Leo

My visit to Galantino in Puglia, Italy, was a composition of olive oil familiarization, in-depth visits to Puglia’s cheese makers, ceramists, bread artisans and olive groves and, the fun part, cooking lessons with Galantino’s head chef Leo. 322 more words

Italy

Grape Bread

Have you ever had a disappointing grape? You know the ones that look all plump and crunchy but when you bite into one it’s just a bit…soft? 608 more words

Recipes

Scotch Lamb

Lamb has never been a meat I’ve ever been particularly fond of. When growing up, our roast dinners would generally be beef or chicken as they went down well with everyone. 594 more words

Scottish

Baking is my yoga

It started with some grapes.  They showed up in my refrigerator looking all innocuous but hiding a deep dark secret.

They were delicious.

Seriously, black grapes are my spirit animal.   482 more words

Food

whole wheat focaccia

Since I have been given the responsibility of baking bread at work, I have become quite enamored by the process. From the smell of blooming yeast to the lugging of industrial-size mixing bowls to the feel of the dough as you roll and shape it–bread baking has become a welcome part of the day. 479 more words

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