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7
Dec
2012

Sugarplums for Christmas

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When I was a little girl I always had my head stuck in a book – very often it would be a huge book of Fairytales. With my fervent imagination I would love to read about beautiful princesses, elves and witches, princes and goblins and transport myself to faraway lands, dancing until dawn in little […]

29
Sep
2012

Beginners Sausage-making Course

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Beginners Sausage-making NEXT DATE – Saturday 22nd March 10am – 4pm £50 pp including light lunch   Whether you are just curious as to what goes in, or maybe you are thinking of keeping pigs to be a bit more self-sufficient – this beginners course will teach you everything you need to know about how […]

20
Sep
2012

Pea & Mint Soup

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Peas: amazing little green balls packed full of goodness and flavour – no wonder Nigella is always banging on about them. I realise the season for fresh peas has passed… however, this soup is brilliant made with frozen petit pois as I discovered last night – no kidding: 25mins from start to finish and you’re […]

12
Sep
2012

Bread!

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The staff of life. Recently I have come into contact with the wonderful Tracebridge Sourdough run by Gordon Woodcock and Katie Venner. Gordon built a fabulous wood-burning masonry bread oven in his garden shortly after he and Katie moved to Tracebridge, Near Wellington. After successfully running pizza nights for friends and family and selling their […]

27
Jan
2011

Marmalade!

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Seville oranges, one of the last remaining truly ‘seasonal’ fruits, are in the shops! Grab them while you can and make this delicious Seville Orange Marmalade Recipe. This is one of Pam Corbin’s from my new River Cottage Handbook on ‘Preserves‘ (thank you Nathaniel x). Pam doesn’t bother with the pips-in-muslin routine – which has […]

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