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Turkey Squash and Mint Masala
Serves 2 I was thrilled to
receive a box of goodies from the lovely people at Loyd Grossman to try out
their new Limited Edition Mint Masala curry sauce. Mint struck me initially as
a little strange to have in a curry as I would usually use coriander, but t...
Turkey Squash and Mint Masala
Turkey Squash and Mint Masala
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Spanish-style cod
Serves 1 – easily multiplied Have just come back from Majorca and really enjoyed the
gutsy flavours of the local tapas. Anyway I had lots of leftover bits in the fridge
that needed using up when I got back – peppers, toms, garlic, onion etc – so threw
this ...
Spanish-style cod
Spanish-style cod
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The BEST steak sandwich with sticky onions and steak sauce
 Serves 1 I am partial to a steak sarnie – it’s often the first thing
I scan for on pub menus. I suppose it feels a little less naughtier than a
burger, but let’s face it, it is pure filthy deliciousness. Well, it is the way
I make it. The key is the holy t...
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Divine Halloumi and Couscous Salad
Serves 2- depending how greedy you are I had forgotten how much I adore couscous until recently
when I opened a pack that had been in my fridge the best part of a year! (this
stuff has an amazing shelf life) I made a massive batch and was eating it for 4
da...
Divine Halloumi and Couscous Salad
Divine Halloumi and Couscous Salad
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Greek lamb stew with tagliatelle
Serves 4-5 This dish was created because I couldn’t bear to waste some
dill! Can’t believe I spent about £6 on lamb to save the dill, but lamb is such
a rare, expensive treat. And it does go quite a long way in this dish.  I then portioned this up and froze...
Greek lamb stew with tagliatelle
Greek lamb stew with tagliatelle
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Fasolakia
Serves 2-4 depending on what you serve with it. This is a traditional Greek stew that maybe doesn’t sound exciting,
but boy I am addicted! The flavours meld together and tastes so summery and
this is a great way of using up a glut of runner beans which was ...
Fasolakia
Fasolakia
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Dhal
Dhal I love Dhal – thick, gently spiced,
cheap as chips  and very filling. You
could add cooked diced chicken or lamb to it and some stock to loosen it more, which
would give it more of a Dhansak curry feel. Also nice! Serves 2-3 150g
dried split yellow pea...
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Review: New Club, Brighton
Review: New Club, Brighton Opposite the crumbling West Pier is a spacious, modern with
a flavour of that now-ubiquitous rend for American diner style barbecue food
and the dreaded “plates”. We were very early so they changed menus over in the short
time tha...
Review: New Club, Brighton
Review: New Club, Brighton
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Review: BBQ Shack at World’s End pub, Brighton
Review: BBQ Shack at
World’s End pub, Brighton This was another pub on my hit list to visit owing to a lot
of buzz about it on social media. A friend of mine visited the week before and
when I asked how it was he just showed me a photo and said “man, my eye...
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Review: The Ginger Fox, Albourne, Near Brighton
Review: The Ginger Fox,
Albourne, Near Brighton One of the Brighton-based Gingerman
restaurant group, The Ginger Fox pub is in a remote countryside setting, close
to Devil’s Dyke. I had been many years ago when it was fairly newly opened and
getting surpris...
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