Monthly Archives: March 2007

Prawn Laksa and Dim Sum

when its too damn cold to walk Friday nights working my way through a pile of library books and eating laksa unashamedly dribbling noodles down my chin. Including a book of walks in Yorkshire … its so close to easter … Continue reading

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Roasted Parsnip Soup and Cake

Lamb Roasted Over Parsnips Overwhelmed with parsnips , I shouldn’t complain but I have got a lot of them. However have discovered that layering them thinly sliced with a dash of seasoning in a roasting pan with a joint of … Continue reading

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Cabbage Rolls and Kale Soups

Asian Cabbage Rolls Its go a bit cold but the veg is still colourful have really been trying to keep things bright as after a breif burst of spring arctic winds are now sweeping in . The vege box has … Continue reading

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Chai Ceremony

After a long and stressful day I am performing my own tea ceremony making a large pot of chai , its one of the things I associate with summer mornings and late at night at last summers festivals when a … Continue reading

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Borscht , Roasted Lamb and a Lime Tart

My mum and stepdad were coming for dinner on Saturday night the weekend guest was acting as sous chef , wine waiter and general calming influence. But a couple of easy steps for minimal stress dining …. Starting with a … Continue reading

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