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Beef Stew to Warm up with

It is the middle of May and therefore smack in the middle of spring as I write this, but it feels much more like winter with a howling gale and sheeting rain. So I’m in the mood for warming food.

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Braised Oxtail

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To my knowledge, I only ever ate oxtail once when I was growing up, when our Filipino exchange student’s grandmother was visiting and doing all the cooking around graduation time. Next to all the other exotic foods we sampled, it

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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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