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Situated in West Africa, Mauritania (officially the Islamic Republic of Mauritania) is in western North Africa.  The country derives its name from the ancient Berber Kingdom of Mauretania, which existed from the 3rd century BC to the 7th century, in the far north of modern-day Morocco.  404 more words


My mad weekly kitchen diary

Just a weekly bit of fun whereby I can natter about any culinary ‘inventions’ successes and disasters in the kitchen, whilst trying to get the best out of leftovers. 928 more words


In the Spring an old man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of food

Mostly Concerning Food

We’ve had a couple of weeks of lazing about and doing things at our own pace. One of the real perks of a teacher’s job are the holidays. 1,633 more words

Mostly Concerning Food

Don't try this at home

Should you really write a blog post about a recipe you don’t advise anyone to make? Well, this is exactly what I am going to do, but do read to the end as right there, at the bottom, is a link to a really good recipe. 526 more words


Slow Roast Leg of Lamb with Boulangere Potatoes

Warning- If you’re after something light and delicate, this is not the meal for you! Loaded with butter, herbs, and garlic, you get a real flavour hit with this particular dish. 769 more words

Food And Drink


Sometimes I think I prefer Easter to Christmas. The food is just as good and centres around chocolate, what could be better? The weather is (usually) better, daffodils are in bloom, lambs spring through the fields and it is very exciting to get outside into the garden and do Easter egg hunts, which in my opinion you are never too old for. 568 more words


Spring is in the air...

Easter is almost upon us and whether you celebrate it as a religious event or just enjoy the chance to indulge in a variety of chocolately egg shaped treats, this is a festival embraced by many. 357 more words