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Recipe: Chicken fajita with The Spice Pioneer

I love a fajita and it’s been way too long since I had one. I remember the days when Mexican restaurants were all the rage in London and nights out consisted of plates of fajita and tequila lay backs. All a bit messy! Fun though. Now, thanks to the people at The ┬áSpice Pioneer there’s […]

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The perfect foodie gift: tasty condiments from Tracklements

I’m a big fan of condiments! Happiest when my cupboards are filled with lots of jars of tastiness ready to enjoy. So imagine a whole selection of them all in one perfect package! This fabulous collection from Tracklements includes nine of the cutest mini jars full of flavoursome accompaniments for every occasion. There’s a variety […]

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Recipe book review: Set a Table by Karen Dudley

Lockdown London has been that bit more pleasant with some fabulous sunny weather. And you know what that means…it’s time to barbecue/braai. Somewhat bizarrely the first thing I think of when I plan a braai menu is what salads I’m going to make. Today that was easy as I have a new recipe book from […]

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Review: Meals from Love Yourself delivered to your door

So Lockdown continues. Eagerly listening to Boris on the telly last night I was hoping against hope for some sort of permission to get back to more of a normal (social) ┬álife. Even though logic clearly told me this wasn’t going to happen. And it didn’t. Which I can’t do anything about…so we continue to […]

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Recipe: Vietnamese spring rolls

So I’m not expecting to be able to travel anywhere for some time. A shock to the system for someone who is always hopping on and off planes and visiting countries near and far. So I thought I’d take you on a culinary journey around the world, sharing some of my favourite recipes and discovering […]

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Recipe: Liquid Parmesan ravioli in broth

Today I’m sharing this fabulous Parmesan recipe as part of #stayhomewithParmesan. Did you know that Parmigiano Reggiano (to give it its full name) was first produced by monks in the Middle Ages? It’s produced exclusively in the provinces of Parma,, Reggio Emilia, Modena, Bologna and Mantua. I’ve been there and you can inhale the aroma […]