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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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Garden update April/May
We've been planting new things. I've been growing stuff from seed. The last couple of weeks of heavy rain then sunshine has meant everything is going crazy. Cut and come again salad leaves outside my kitchen back door. Even when it's dark, it is easy to nip...

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Where to go in Stockholm: clogs, vikings, single duvets and knackebrod.
Swedish butter knives Wall of post-it notes commemorating the recent terrorist attack in Stockholm Stockholm herring boats  The centre of Stockholm is an architectural mistake: austere, almost Sovietic. A pity as it mars an otherwise beautiful city, doodled...

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Elotes: Mexican sweet corn recipe
This Mexican street food is quick, easy and delicious. Buy the freshest sweetest corn on the cobs 'elotes' you can find. (I bought Waitrose Super Sweet corn but frozen is also good if corn is out of season). If the corn is in season (September), then peel b...

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Cinco de Mayo supper club in pictures
Menu Hibiscus Salt-rimmed Margarita Cocktail Elote with Sour cream, Parmesan and Tajin Pumpkin Seed and Blue Corn Tostadas with Sea Bass Ceviche or Palm Heart Ceviche Tacos with: Achiote-marinated Salmon Garlic Mushrooms Tofu with Chipotle Salt Oaxacan Chee...

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Britain's last copper tinners
Last week I drove to an industrial estate outside Wimbourne in Dorset to visit Britain's only artisan copper tinner , Sherwood Tinning . I've always been fascinated with copper as a material, the ability to conduct heat, the warm beauty of the pink and oran...

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Judging at the Great Taste Awards and visiting Hovis Hill
The Guild of Fine Foods has been going since 1995 when they instituted the Great Taste awards, which you may have seen in the form of a black sticker on various food products. The  Great Taste Awards, a kind of 'Oscars' of the food world, takes place in Lon...

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Easter pinata cake recipe
Coming up to Easter, I want to use eggs. Eggs are so useful and versatile. They bind, they expand, they emulsify. They come in two parts, yolk and white, can be eaten raw or cooked, can be used in sweet or savoury recipes. Eggs were used by medieval painter...

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1970s mushroom pasta recipe
I rather like filing - the satisfying illusion that you can organise and control your life. It appeals to the librarian in me.  I've done less filing of late. My computer desktop is a creative mess, full of screen shots and mood boards and folders.  A subje...

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Eating my feelings- a recipe for Piperade Basque
Since my visits to Bordeaux last year, I've been regularly using 'piment d'espelette', an orange pepper grown in the basque region of France and Spain. One of the most popular dishes that uses this uniquely European pepper is Piperade. I haven't been postin...

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My latest column in the ham and high
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