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Keef Williamson
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Oh Look, I've Still Got a Blog!
Well, I've neglected a few blogs in my time, but this is ridiculous! My last post was April 2016. That's almost a year ago. The problem is, as always, lack of time. And looking at this blog, it needs some serious design work to make it match my other proper...

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My Life as a Vegetarian
They
say you are what you eat. If that's true, then I'm a bacon butty.
Only joking, sometimes I eat sausages. And burgers. And other stuff
like that. Y'know, meaty stuff. If you cut me in half, you would see
'carnivore' written all the way through me. I
hav...

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I'm Back!
Wow, I last posted in this blog back in August last year. I really didn't think it had been that long. And the reason for this extended leave of absence? Well, we moved house in September, and again just after Christmas. So, Spain no more, we are in God's O...

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Body Image
This image has been popping up a lot in my Twitter feed recently (how modern am I?), and I want to scream every time I see it. She might be a very nice person, she might be very healthy and outlive me by centuries. But that is not a body that appeals to me ...

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keefcooks.com - much improved website
I've been very quiet on the blogging front lately because I've been hard at work building a complete revamp of keefcooks.com. Now it's done, and I'm very pleased with it. It's a serious redesign with several major objectives. Firstly, to improve the findabi...

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Restaurant Review: Tuk Tuk, Madrid
Late last year, business partners Ric and Alan shook up Madrid's rather staid food scene by opening Tuk Tuk (in the trendy Malasaña barrio, Calle Cardenal Cisneros 6), serving Asian street food. It was a bit of a risk - Madrileños are not known for embracin...

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Food Education
When I was at school, cooking ('domestic science') was definitely for girls. Us lads didn't get a look-in, it was woodwork and metalwork for us chaps. And that was okay until I left home to go to Uni, and had to fend for myself, foodwise. I'd never been enc...

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Haggis
It was Burn's Night last weekend (25th January). Haggis is compulsory eating on this day of celebrating Scottishness, and this year I decided to make my own, as authentically as possible. That, of course, means hitting the offal in a bit way. I thought I mi...

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Why I'll Never Post a Quinoa Recipe
Quinoa is a tiny grain that many nutritional crackpots like to describe as a 'superfood'. Although it only grows in Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador, in recent years it has found its way into Western countries. I've tried it several times, and I have to say I'm no...

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Free-From. Fad?
I feel sorry for people with food intolerances, I really do. It must be horrible not to be able to eat a slice of toast, or a really good pie made by me, because it contains gluten. Or to be killed by a peanut. Last month, the lovely and always-right Europe...
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