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Jason Sutton
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Roast pork loin in a balsamic dressing with lentils, crackling and pickled apple salad
One of the best tasting things I've ever made. Not the pork but the pickled apple salad. The dressing was a revelation.  This was a development exercise, which is what I call 'cooking for friends' now. If you eat for free I get to experiment on you. With de...
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Sue & Dan and friends who eat cheese
"Look at him!" Said Dan, folding his arms with contentment and sitting back to admire his friend. I did the same. It was a pleasing sight. It's always gratifying to watch someone do what they do well...and Simon can eat cheese better than most. Be it Stilto...
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Plum / pear frangipane tart... and other more unpleasant memories of Paris
Aged 12 here. My mother gave me that horror of a haircut. The teeth are my own, yes, I'm not breaking them in for a beaver This is my first ever frangipane fruit tart made . It wasn't bad. Maybe I should have layered up more plums? My first frangipane fruit...
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Plum / pear frangipane tart... and other more unpleasant memories of Paris
Aged 12 here. My mother gave me that horror of a haircut. The teeth are my own, yes, I'm not breaking them in for a beaver This is my first ever frangipane fruit tart made . It wasn't bad. Maybe I should have layered up more plums? My first frangipane fruit...
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Once more around the pig. Pork party pieces - belly and shoulder.
This pig piece has been pulled (if you'll pardon the pun), purloined, pinched, plundered and plucked from previous porky parables. It's a porcine palimpsest, if I may be so pretentious. Do I win the alliteration prize? But with temperatures falling and part...
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Creatives, crackers and close up magic.
Kalia, Paul, Wayne, Emma, Rachel, Neil, Elena, Tara and Georgia. 'Amazing local people.' Friday was among my most favourite evenings so far. organised by the irrepressible, inimitable Emma Rigby of LYDS fame. She billed it as 'a dinner with amazing local pe...
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Better brioche, a birthday and a departure.
My best ever brioche. I'm actually happy with this... It was only after I'd served dessert that I realised it was our third birthday. It was Chris' too. And like us, not a round number, nothing to get excited about. Bizarre isn't it that we celebrate the tu...
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Red cabbage with caraway... sweet and sour and ready in under 15 minutes
Not a serving suggestion unless you're a raw food faddist. This is one of my few original recipes. It was going to be pickled but then I realised I was starting the meal with pickled pears. I Googled a few recipes for inspiration but most took ages and I kn...
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Gluten... and some brioche made without it
Gluten free brioche version two. Gluten's had a bad rap of late. It's the uninvited guest at the table; the dodgy bloke who married your favourite cousin. Gluten upsets people after all, especially after the meal. Why do we bother with him at all? If you're...
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Polenta and pickled pear starter
Blue cheese capped polenta with pickled pears and a walnut salad. Sweet poached pears waiting for frangipane Michael, my neighbour, came round with a large pot of pears from his garden. I've not done much with these fruit, they have missed my food radar for...
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