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Sausage Making – Your Very Own Generation Game

Sausage making – your very own Generation Game. With Christmas looming and the thought of present buying in mind, Astrid and I have come up with a winner. A gift that will amuse, provide family fun and festive food all in one present. And it costs less than £10. It’s a sausage making kit. Incredibly […]

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Courgette Chutney – What do I do with the rest of them now? Recipe

Astrid and I are big fans of Courgettes (or Zucchini) and every year we have the same problem – what the hell do we do with all of them when they rush to harvest point. Battered and fried. Courgette and tomato lasagna. Courgette soup. Fresh sliced thin with lemon juice and black pepper. Now, thanks […]

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Erik enjoying making bread

Bread Recipes: You are an artisan bread baker. Really, trust me.

It’s Monday. It’s cold and wet. It’s the first day of the rest of your life. A perfect time to amaze yourself. Learn something about yourself that you didn’t know. Trust me. You are a fantastic baker of artisan bread. Really. You are. Just follow the simple instructions here and begin your voyage of discovery. I  […]

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Mousserons, the culinary forest adventure in a car park

For decades Astrid and I have been immersed in  all things foodie. The complexity of flavours, the challenge of marrying love, skill, respect for ingredients and visual flair, sourcing rare recipes and their components and, well, you get the picture. So when someone says “and then you add…” we always hope to hear a new […]

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