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Wild Garlic Soup

A seasonal treat that’s quick to prepare and easy on the budget! We live in a place where wild garlic dominates the hillsides in late winter and early spring. I love the smell of it—delicate at first, and stronger as

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Posted in Eating seasonally, Recipes, Spring

Leek and Potato Boats

It’s St David’s Day again–time to celebrate all things Welsh, and time for a new recipe using leeks! This one can use virtually all leftover bits and bobs, or can be made fresh. Just add the necessary time to bake

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Posted in Holidays, Leftovers, Recipes

Planned Leftovers with Ox Heart

Ox heart is not something you see every day in the average (super)market, but when you do, it is definitely worth snapping up. As a member of the offal family, it comes dirt cheap, but it can be prepared in

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Posted in Kitchen Economy, Leftovers

Sharing Sunday dinner

We’ve got a friend who lives on his own and has recently had surgery on his hand. How could we not invite him over for Sunday dinner, even if it means my other half will have to drive out to

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Posted in Autumn, Uncategorized

Cold weather food

It’s the coldest day of the season so far, and there’s a cold north wind to boot. So I’ve got a pot of soup on the stove for tonight’s supper: stock from pheasant bones and warm spices, various veggies from

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Posted in Autumn, Kitchen Economy

Stuffed Butternut Squash

So called ‘winter squash’ is one of my favourite fall and winter foods. (It is actually harvested in autumn.) The main characteristic that distinguishes it from ‘summer squash’ is the density of the flesh. Summer squashes are light and watery, storing briefly

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Posted in Autumn, Eating seasonally, Leftovers, Recipes

Pasta Disaster?

How embarrassing! Within minutes of posting my last recipe, I realized that I had not, in fact, prepared fettuccine, but tagliatelle.  I guess I was just too caught up in the alliteration of my recipe name to notice what I

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