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A Quick Ting On: Plantain

Whilst bananas have been known and eaten in Europe and the UK for several centuries, plantains, probably because they are not as sweet as bananas, were never as popular.

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‘One Pan Perfect’ – Donna Hay

There is one recipe in particular in Donna Hay’s inspirational book ‘One Pan Perfect’ which for me perfectly sums how I feel about it. Each of the delicious sounding recipes is headed by a brief introduction. On page 154 I came across this introduction for her One Pot Balsamic Pot Roast Chicken: ‘My sticky Set-and-Forget […]

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My Shanghai

Recipes and Stories from a City on the Water

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To Asia, with Love

Everyday Recipes and Stories from the Heart

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Cooking with Alcohol

Aaron and Susannah Rickard have mastered the skill of adding alcohol to food to a fine and delicious art.

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Bacon The Cookbook

Author Niamh Shields obviously rates bacon highly, so highly she has written a book about it. And a jolly good book it is too. In fact, every time I look at the cover, let alone explore the recipes, I smile and can ‘smell’ bacon cooking! Is there, I pondered, a more evocative smell and sound […]