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Sally .Long
Energetic and opinionated Londoner, with European undertow.
Energetic and opinionated Londoner, with European undertow.
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Silk road bulghur salad or transcaucasian delight
The bright colours and
bursting flavours of this salad are particularly welcome on a drizzly day. The
pomegranate seeds look like jewels, and the dark green of the herbs is accented
by the pale green of the pistachios. The flavours and textures combine to m...

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Fast cooked flattened chicken
I like recipes that work, recipes that you can follow with confidence and get the result that has been described.  Flattened chicken is one of those. It is a recipe by Marcella Hazan, with a dash of eccentricity by me. It is a spatchcocked chicken with a li...

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Minestrone - hot vegetable soup on a cold day
A
bunch of fresh vegetables chopped up small along with some spaghetti, cooked in
a tomato broth, and topped off with parmesan or the chees e of your choice.
Yep, it’s a hot recipe for a cold day. It is vegan, if you leave the cheese
off. Minestra
di verdur...

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Persian vegetable stew
Sweet and slightly soured vegetable stew with a lovely golden colour from the turmeric and a sharp sweetness topped by dried limes. 50g
ghee (clarified butter) 1 large onion, peeled and finely diced ½ tsp ground turmeric 1½ tsp cumin seeds 1 tbsp tomato pas...

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Burns night easy
Many people have already piped in a haggis for 2017, the Saturday nearest to Burns night having past. Maybe you want to do your eating and recitations on the 25th, observing the actual day. Why not try a haggis pie? It's colourful, and you can prepare it in...

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biscotti for an autumn evening - you dictate the season
The autumn sun has just about set, I’m thinking ahead, and tonight I will indulge in an
evening tipple, a little brandy perhaps. In my hand I want to see a little
hard biscuit. Cantuccini, dipped in a little spirit, with a short coffee.  The flavour is ligh...

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Carrots
Carrots are one of my favourite veg, although you might not think so having seen me throw out  a peeled uncooked carrot that the dogs have been carrying around. This donated to dog vegetable wasn't eaten, because it was past it's crunch point, and the dog h...

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Want to write about food - and show how good it looks? A week in Wales in great company could be for you.
Five days in lovely Wales with experts, cooking, reading, talking, living, eating, drawing, photographing and writing about food sounds like a dream.  Do you thing so too? Join Francine Lawrence and Elisabeth Luard to get hands on experience and take your i...

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Burns night light
Burns night doesn't have to mean indigestion or
having all diners ending up feeling like they are only useful as door stops,
with the cultural weight of Scotland's favourite son pinning them to the spot. Want something lighter? Try this haggis pie
recipe. I...

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GF quick mix orange almond cake
Greed made me a revisit the oh so easy  orange almond cake . I have clementines hanging around, so I boiled them up, but the scent wasn't as pungent as usual, so I threw in half a lemon. It is a delicious combination. I still think the oranges are pretty go...
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