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Rooted in Thanksgiving

It’s that time of year: Thanksgiving! As a home cook and baker, I LOVE Thanksgiving. I love getting the chance to make all of my favorite dishes and to experiment with new recipes. 283 more words

Dreams of a batter life

I’ve always loved pancakes. My Mum being French, crêpes were a staple supper growing up. Shrove Tuesday or not. Perhaps it’s for this reason that frying dollops of batter until golden, then eating them hot or cold the next day is so appealing to me. 580 more words

Food Waste

Warm glass noodle and edamame salad

I made this warm glass noodle and edamame salad to accompany some Vietnamese-style pork meatballs the other evening.

Edamame are great favourite with the kids – though what they like is best is eating them from the pods. 167 more words


Roasted cauliflower and hazelnut salad

I love a winter salad; I particularly love a winter salad that makes the most of a vegetable that was once, at least in the UK, only known for its affinity with cheese but, these days, is very much lauded beyond that. 348 more words

Vegetarian Recipes

Souped up legumes

So this is my take on Yotam Ottolenghi’s legume (noodle) soup.

Ordinarily I wouldn’t mess with the original recipe, YO being a bit of an institution etc, but, I mean, first he wanted me to use some obscure noodles, … 601 more words


I don't have a shopping problem

We had a little party on November 5th, which is something we do every year, because across the road from us our garden committee holds a fireworks display on Bonfire Night which is open to the public. 1,220 more words