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A Demonstration

In my last post, I shared some thoughts about God’s sanctuary. If you’re not familiar with the sanctuary, it shows up in the book of Exodus, after God rescued the Israelites from Egypt. 372 more words



How many people actually follow recipes? Read them over, gather ingredients, and go through them step by step? Anyone with an interest in food writing will find themselves – through books, magazines, blogs – inundated with “new” recipes (which are almost the only accepted form of food writing now) for seasonal this or exotic that, but how many ever make it from page to plate? 158 more words


Romesco Sauce

  • 1 red bell pepper
  • 2 vine tomatoes
  • 3 cloves garlic, unpeeled
  • 1/2 cup walnuts **
  • 2 slices white bread, crusts removed
  • 1 tbsp cider vinegar…
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My mother wanted me meek. So, I was meek for her.

But I’m not meek. It’s not my nature.

I’m not a lion, where I’m going to eat you up.

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Kingswell Hotel and Restaurant and Westies!

This is a quick heads up to to an amazingly lush new hotel and restaurant near Didcot.  I will only really review the restaurant as I haven’t stayed there yet although did ask for a tour.  355 more words


Lamb tagine with prunes and almonds

As you all know, The Cookbook Guru is featuring Paula Wolfert’s The Food of Morocco for March and April and, I must say, I love the book.  712 more words

What's For Dinner?

The Moonfish Cafe

If you’re ever in Aberdeen and looking for somewhere to eat I can not recommend highly enough the Moonfish Cafe. Tucked away in the merchant quarters, it really is a hidden gem. 210 more words