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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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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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Fun with Fettuccine, Fennel and Feta

The last time I was in the greengrocer’s, they were selling off some bulb fennel at reduced prices, so I bought a bag. Bulb fennel is quite strongly flavoured, and a little goes a long way, so I figured we’d

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Quick Beet Soup

Summer soup, perfect for one of those ‘cleaning out the fridge’ days ahead of going on vacation. This soup is incredibly light and velvety smooth, and can be made vegan and/or gluten-free. I hope you like it as much as

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Strawberry & Gooseberry Jam

Strawberry season is a lovely time of year: warmth and sunshine, long days and summer parties. Sometimes you just wish it could last forever. Of course it can’t, but one way to extend the taste and memories of the season is

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BBQ Safety–and stock!

It’s summer, so it’s barbecue season. Time to scrub up the old tools, if you haven’t already. But it isn’t only the winter’s dust and grime on your equipment that could interfere with a fun and healthy outdoor meal. Food cooks differently on

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Beefy Celery Soup

I don’t often make celery soup. It’s not that I dislike celery; on the contrary, we eat it all the time. It’s just that we usually eat it raw with other veggies, accompanying a sandwich or a cheese plate. But

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