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Fish cakes

Fish cakes are a fun and easy way to use up leftover bits of fish–whether you have an ordinary, everyday catch or a special one such as the sewin steak I’ve used here. You might find these fish cakes are

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Three Chinese Noodle Salad  

A lovely summer supper which is quick and easy, using cupboard staples and leftovers. I usually buy my Chinese noodles in bulk, without any little soup flavour packs, but occasionally they appear anyway. Since I can’t read Chinese, I don’t

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Planned Leftovers With Beef

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It isn’t always necessary to have wildly creative ideas in order to make food interesting. It can be enough to simply have a bit of variety. And sometimes, it’s really nice to have food that reminds you of your childhood.

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