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Mrs Portly Goes To Aldeburgh

Actually Mrs Portly goes to the Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival every year but this year I actually got my hands dirty (literally – egg and breadcrumbs – more on that later) and what a fantastic weekend it was. 613 more words

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The Gourmet Grilled Cheese Company

The simple sandwich has been the snack of choice for centuries. Ever since that ravenous Earl of Sandwich ordered his valet to bring him a slice of meat encased between two slices of bread, ultimately leading to cries of “The same as Sandwich!” from his peers, the sandwich has become staple fare. 617 more words

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Abergavenny Food Festival 2014

Last weekend saw the Mountain Gap team return to the Abergavenny Food Festival after a couple of years of having not been able to make it along. 164 more words

A Trip to the Nant Distillery, Bothwell

This past weekend we were lucky enough to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon at gorgeous Nant restaurant in Bothwell, the central highlands of Tasmania. The property is breathtaking and the day was sunny, we enjoyed lunch in the restaurant where local ingredients are foraged and found, and then a tour of the whisky still which was led by a fantastic young guy called Matthew, who was knowledgable, friendly and really made the experience. 236 more words

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Saffron & Scallop Risotto

For me, a risotto is one of my favourite cooking experiences, I honestly believe that a risotto is only as good as the love you put in. 661 more words

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Returning to My Rural Roots...Sort Of

Now that I’m back at home in Oregon, I’m really making an effort to get back to what makes me happy, and that means getting back to a simpler, healthier way of life. 405 more words

Les Fêtes de la Nouvelle France

Les Fêtes de la Nouvelle France have begun. This means that until August 10th, the Petit Champlain is dressed up to celebrate “the ingeniosity and the creativity of the New France settlers”. 315 more words

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