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Sweet and Sour Applesauce

I like making my own sauces and preserves. Flavours can be personalized, it keeps me connected to my past, and I have access to the resources as well as storage space so that I don’t need to make the same kind

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Planned Leftovers with Belly Pork

Surely you knew this was coming? (See yesterday’s chat and recipe for Roasted Belly Pork if you need a reminder.)  In addition to working on clearing out the freezer (still!) prior to a big defrosting job, I’m also working on

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Roasted Belly Pork

Sometimes you just have to buy a bigger cut of meat than you really need. Maybe it’s on special, or it’s the cut you want but isn’t available in a smaller size. Although I do have a favourite butcher who’s

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Sharing a lifetime of experience of kitchen challenges. Respecting food and making the most of what's available. Read more on my About page.
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