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Pam’s plate pie – corned beef and potato
Given the number of Indian recipes on this blog I thought it was time to celebrate Steve’s cultural heritage. Pam and her husband Colin are...
Chilli roasted cashew nuts
This recipe for chilli roasted cashew nuts is the perfect snack for munching on new year's day while watching a Hollywood classic (I s...
Fresh mango puree
Gujaratis tend to eat the sweet element of a meal alongside the main course. When I was growing up, my mum would serve guests tinned mang...
Indian spiced lamb shanks
I have a love-hate relationship with winter; I love crisp winter days when the sky is clear blue and I can tromp around the village in my ...
Lamb and lentil curry (dahl gosht)
This curry is Gujarati comfort food. The lentils dissolve into the sauce giving it a thick, mellow texture and the lamb melts in the mouth. ...
100 percent rye sourdough bread
Loaves of commercial rye bread tend to resemble small, dark bricks. The texture is dense and dry and inedible unless toasted. Given ...
Pink ginger cordial
Pink ginger cordial is the perfect drink for both summer and winter. On a hot Indian summer day it makes a refreshing beverage when served...
Spinach and sweet potato curry
I apologise for another photo of "mush". Steve and I try so hard to make the photographs look appetizing but curry is notoriousl...
Thai pickled chillies
My family is pickle, sauce and condiment obsessed. We love anything that enhances the flavours of a dish or quite simply sets our tastebud...
Tartiflette - La Tour de France: Stage 8
Today is stage 8 of the Tour de France and I have been asked by Barbara from Winos and Foodies to participate in her project to cover ea...
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