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Fresh Spinach Soup

You might be surprised to think of spinach as a winter vegetable, but in the temperate climate where I live, I am able to use fresh spinach from the garden year round. I plant something called ‘beet spinach’ every year,

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Main Dish Stuffed Mushrooms  

An impressive-looking dish, this is a quick recipe for a light but satisfying meal for two. You could easily adjust it to serve more people for a starter or party nibbles by using smaller mushrooms, and not piling too much

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Why Eat Seasonally?

Once you’re in the habit of eating seasonally, or of trying to, it’s easy to assume everybody does. And it’s easy to forget why you decided to, because, let’s face it, in the Western world, many many kinds of food are

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Cheese-y Omelette Primavera

This recipe comes from one of those days when nothing seems to be going right. I wanted to create something seasonal to celebrate the full swing of Spring, and I wanted to make something special for my fellow blogger’s Cheese

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Pancakes with Pheasant

picture of rolled and garnished savoury pancakes

I love making pancakes for supper. Because I start with my mom’s recipe, from the card I copied out when I was 18, it always makes me think of ‘home’, although my pancakes never turn out like Mom’s anymore. Maybe

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