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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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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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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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Planned Leftovers for Turkey

Maybe I ought to call this one Planning for Turkey Leftovers, since I’m still in the middle of things. Yes, Thanksgiving Day has come and gone, and our not-quite-on-the-day-because-it-isn’t-a-holiday-here celebrations have also come and gone. Although the repeated practice of years

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Lamb and Tomato Sauce for Pasta

I think this last recipe for leftover lamb is a bit unusual. How often have you seen lamb with pasta? I don’t think I ever have before. But I know that lamb can go with tomatoes, because I’ve seen shoulders braised with

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Lamb and Butternut Squash Casserole

Here’s another recipe for leftover lamb. This one is good if you’ve got about an hour before dinner, but don’t want to spend the whole time cooking. It’s also good if dinner might be delayed, because it will happily keep

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Glazed Re-fried Lamb

Having given you ideas for using leftover lamb, I thought I ought to share a recipe or two. This one is good for using odd shaped pieces cut from a bone, and is so quick, it’s ready faster than boiling

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