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Rosie Beare
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The Avenue Cookery School: International Vietnamese
Diana, Sophie and Richard in their Avenue kit The crew  If you read Notes of Bacon, you will be well acquainted with the fact that I make no claim to be a chef of any sort. I'm a cook, a home cook, and I love it. I get kicks from experimenting with weird in...
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The Avenue Cookery School: International Vietnamese
Diana, Sophie & Richard Horsford in their Avenue kit The crew   If you read Notes of Bacon,  you will be well acquainted with  the  fact that I make no claim to  be a chef of any sort. I'm a cook, a home cook, and I love it. I get kicks from experimenting w...
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The Avenue Cookery School: International Vietnamese
Diana, Sophie & Richard Horsford in their Avenue kit The crew If  If you read Notes of Bacon,  you will be well acquainted with  the  fact that I make no claim to  be a chef of any sort. I'm a cook, a home cook, and I love it. I get kicks from experimenting...
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Spaghetti alla Puttanesca
We have a rule in my house - we must always have the ingredients for spaghetti alla puttanesca in the flat, at all times. Due to the fact that the only fresh ingredients you really need for this recipe are cherry tomatoes and basil, it makes it a pretty eas...
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Asian Salmon with Rice Noodle Stir Fry
Asian cuisine – you can’t escape it.
And who would want to? Not only is London getting more and more up to speed on
some of the most wonderful cuisines from across the world (E.g. Bao , Pho , Bibimbap to name a few in London) but home cooks are now attempti...
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Asian Pulled Chicken Sliders
Sliders are basically a way to make it ok to eat more than one burger. It’s true. The mentality is roughly: “One big burger? Alright but I feel like a bit of a porker”,  “3 sliders? Oh they’re only little! Practically a canapé!” The pulled chicken in this r...
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Fennel & Prawn salad with crispy Prosciutto
Imagine surf and turf but in its lightest and tangiest form. I'm not talking a mountain of steak and lobster here, I'm referring to a colourful, crispy, lemony collaboration between prosciutto and king prawns. In 15 minutes. I've mentioned this before, but ...
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Pasta with cauliflower crumbs & purple sprouting broccoli
I've got into this habit of adding crispy sourdough crumbs to my pasta. Especially when mixed with spices such as chili and garlic, it adds an exceptional flavour as well as a magnificent crunch. I realise, however, that this is adding delicious carb to del...
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Rye Sourdough Grilled Cheese with Olives & Capers
I don’t think you need to be a rocket scientist to see that this grilled cheese is going to blow your mind. I’m taking the usual formula, cheese+bread+heat, and adding a couple of little extras that I think you’re going to adore. By using a rye sourdough in...
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Thai Basil Chicken {Pad kra pao gai / ผัดกระเพราไก่}
Pad kra pao gai - ผัดกระเพราไก่ If you've had the pleasure of visiting Thailand, you'll know that one of the most wonderful things about it is the food. This particular dish, alongside pad see ew (to be continued...), is an absolute favourite. Alongside spa...
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