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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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Stir Fried Cauliflower ‘Waste’

I absolutely love Chinese-style stir-fried vegetables. Although prep can be time-consuming, the veggies cook quickly in a minimum amount of fat, so they retain most of their nutrients and don’t gain much in the way of calories. Stir-frying is also

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Squash Soup

A lush, thick, satisfying meal any time of the year. Last week, I noticed that the very last three of my small winter squashes were languishing in the bottom of the pantry, so I baked them all up to go with

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Posted in Leftovers, Recipes
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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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