Monthly Archives: July 2015

Chicken, apple and flageolet bean casserole

I made this this evening for Alberto and I. I’d had the day off and he’d been in London for a work meeting so I thought I’d do a nice casserole as it would be easy for him to re-heat … Continue reading

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Pumpkin korokke

Fig was over for our usual bout of Whoery on Tuesday (although, in the end, we went for some 1970s Whodunnit with Jon Pertwee, including one episode featuring Nick ‘The Brigadier’ Courtney as the murder victim.) Alberto was around as … Continue reading

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Aubergines stuffed with spiced pork

I made this for myself on Sunday evening. (Well, originally I made it for Abigail and I on Saturday evening but we ran out of time and had to go out before we could eat it, so Alberto and Jim … Continue reading

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Baked beans with chorizo, egg and feta

On Saturday evening Abigail and I were off out to see a pop up cinema screening of The Princess Bride at the local historic house Preston Manor. It was simply inconceivable that we could go out without eating something, so … Continue reading

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Savoury soda bread muffins

I was flicking through the book Bread Revolution this morning looking for an interesting bread roll recipe to try and I came across this recipe and decided to make these instead. I didn’t have any beetroot though, and I was … Continue reading

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Lemon spiced chicken with chickpeas

On Tuesday evening Figgy was over for some Who (Silver Nemesis with the commentary on, for anyone interested) and so I needed something light and summery, but tasty, that Alberto could easily re-heat when he got in later. I spotted … Continue reading

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