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Homely Bean Soup

Following an extended period of warm settled weather, autumn has arrived in Wales with a vengeance. This puts me in the mood for hearty, sustaining fare with long, slow cooking. Not only does this make the house smell good, but

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Healthy Pork Pie

This recipe is designed for using up scrappy bits of leftover roast dinner, and is brilliant on a cold day. By taking advantage of  ramekins, you can make up as many (or few) individual portions as you wish. My ramekins are

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Planned leftovers with Ham

I haven’t written about planned leftovers in a while, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been thinking about them. Yes, I think about possibilities for leftovers when I’m working on my menu, but I also think about them when I go to

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Posted in Kitchen Economy, Leftovers
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