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Sunday Feast Recipe

Sunday is one of those days you should spend with family and friends.  Sunday is also one of those days you should try something new. Something exciting before the sunday game  either in front of  of the telly or in the park. And if Sunday is not the day you’d like to spent cooking this recipe […]

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Breakfast British

Great Breakfast- 4 Ingredients

One thing I hate in the morning is a complicated breakfast. Here is a breakfast that needs only 4 ingredients, not a lot of time to cook and tremendous amount of pleasure to eat….with your morning coffee. Let me introduce you to Good Cooking Egg Cups.   Inspired already. Than keep scrolling down to see […]

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Mushy peas

I hated peas as a kid. Unless they were swimming in gravy. Nowadays I have a little more time for them. I especially like mushy peas. Mushy peas go especially well with a piece of grilled salmon or some lamb cutlets. Here’s how to make mushy peas:   Printable Recipe:

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British Desserts

Cookie Cutter Fudge

Here’s a sweet gift for someone with everything. Place cookie cutters and fudge into cellophane gift bags, and tie with ribbons. Ingredients 1 1/2cups semisweet chocolate chips 1 cup peanut butter chips 1 can (14 ounces) sweetened condensed milk 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, softened 1 teaspoon vanilla Betty Crocker® white or red decorator icing […]

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British Main Courses

Sunday Roast Chicken

I absolutely love roast chicken. There is something so very comforting about roasting a chicken and even more so eating it. I have a few recipes I love but I’m always looking for a new one. So are most people from the number of different recipes you can find for how to do it. Some […]

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British Main Courses

Scallops, Prosciutto & Minted Pea Puree

I praise the day I discovered scallops. I can eat them with absolutely everything and absolutely every day. Let me introduce you to a very simple recipe with  added the prosciutto for a little more flavour. This dish feels like a warm spring day – colours and flavours made for a light and delicious dinner. […]

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British Desserts

Easy Lemon Cake Recipe

Lemon Cake, while lemon is not people’s first thought when it comes to flavouring cakes, do give this a try, you will be so glad you did. This Easy Lemon Cake is light, fine-textured and flavorful. One half of a large lemon should yield the small amount of fresh lemon juice called for in the recipe, […]

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Pinapple Shrimp

Who loves shrimp, raise your hand? (I’m raising my hand.) Summer’s on its way (it is believe me), which means barbecues, company, good times… This recipe is so easy, and it’s one of those things that’s not dependent on precise quantities and measurements, or even ingredients. This time I decided on Brandied Pineapple Shrimp.  The […]

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British Main Courses

Pork Tenderloin Medallions with Sweet Bacon and Mushroom Cream Sauce

The recipe for this sauce was given to me by Drogo Montagu, owner of Fine Food Specialist. He used it to complement pan-fried halibut (check out the video I shot of him cooking it) but I thought it would work just as well with pork, with a tweak here and there. And although Drogo used girolle mushrooms […]

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Wild Garlic Pesto-Stuffed Chicken with Ricotta Baked New Potatoes

Wild garlic is in abundance right now, in meadows and alongside river banks right across Britain. I picked mine near my mother-in-law’s in the North East and didn’t waste any time turning it into pesto to store in jars. It’s very fragrant and mild and works brilliantly as an accompaniment to lamb and chicken.  We had this […]