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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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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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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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Posted in Eating seasonally, Kitchen Economy, Recipes

Chinese Style Pork Cheeks

My favourite pig farmer, of Harmony Herd,  happily supplies about as many parts of the pig as you can imagine at the local monthly market. So along with a varying range of sausage flavours that you might also find in

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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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