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Kerstin Rodgers aka MsMarmiteLover
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Supper Club queen, author, chef, photographer based in London. Follow me @msmarmitelover on Twitter & Instagram. MsMarmitelover.com
Supper Club queen, author, chef, photographer based in London. Follow me @msmarmitelover on Twitter & Instagram. MsMarmitelover.com

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British weekend trips: Durham and County Durham
Since the Brexit vote and the resulting downturn in the value of the pound, I've been spending more time in the UK. This year I took acid for the first time in  Cornwall  (oh yeah forgot to mention that in the post), drank whisky in  Oban , floated about on...
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The best food and drink books of 2018
Liquorice, a cookbook, from sticks to syrup by Carol Wilson (Lorenz Books) I love liquorice, especially the salty stuff from Scandinavia, so I was delighted when I discovered this book by a fellow member of the Guild of Food Writers. Liquorice started off a...
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Warming Aberdeen recipes: Cullen Skink and Sticky Toffee Pudding
Findon, near Aberdeen, is known for the Finnan haddock, which makes the best Cullen Skink. I had a delicious bowl of this soup at The Silver Darling restaurant, overlooking the harbour.  Aberdeen competes with the Lake District and Canada to claim that this...
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An Indian supper club in Bombay
I started my underground restaurant almost ten years ago. I couldn't afford to set up a restaurant of my own (average cost to set up a restaurant in London is around a million quid), so I decided to use my own home. Ruminating on the idea since visiting Cub...
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Back to India.
In my favourite book about travelling in India, William Sutcliffe's 'Are you experienced?' , the anti-hero Dave talks about how nobody visits the centre of India, described as "full of poor people growing food".  The state of Madhyar Pradesh is bang in the ...
Back to India.
Back to India.
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Halloween recipes
We think of pumpkins as an autumnal North American food, although I was disappointed to discover that they usually buy canned when baking pumpkin pie. There is a wide selection of pumpkins and squashes: from giant pin cushion style of Turban Squash, to spag...
Halloween recipes
Halloween recipes
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How to recognise great pasta, my visit to Gragnano, Italy
Have a good look at packs of pasta next time you go food shopping. You'll see that many of the best brands are made in  Gragnano , a hilltop town south of Naples. Last year I visited Gragnano, specifically the factory Pastificio Dei Campi,  which, according...
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Food in Madhyar Pradesh
Here are a couple of recipes that I learnt while travelling in Madhyar Pradesh plus some general thoughts on Indian food. Everything is Indian in India. That's part of what is so great about travelling here. Unlike most of the world where high streets are i...
Food in Madhyar Pradesh
Food in Madhyar Pradesh
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Aberdeen and the Shire
I'm falling in love with Scotland. Over the last year I've visited Glasgow, Oban, and the World Porridge Championships in the Highlands. This summer I discovered Aberdeen and the surrounding area. In the past this town has had a mixed reputation (the writer...
Aberdeen and the Shire
Aberdeen and the Shire
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Aberdeen and the Shire
I'm falling in love with Scotland. Over the last year I've visited Glasgow, Oban, and the World Porridge Championships in the Highlands. This summer I discovered Aberdeen and the surrounding area. In the past this town has had a mixed reputation (the writer...
Aberdeen and the Shire
Aberdeen and the Shire
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