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Sweet Potato Camembert Surprises! Seriously tasty comfort food for hot weather!

July 7, 2017

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Hi again folks! Be warned there might be a few more on the way since I found a few drafts I’d never posted! Now, I served the following on a bed of baby spinach, drizzled with a homemade balsamic plum dressing, and accompanied with red cabbage, apple and apple cider vinegar with a dash of […]

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A guilty little pleasure! Mac n Cheese addicts – here’s a new fix!

July 7, 2017

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Hi folks! I know, I’m sorry, we creative types have a tendency to get caught up with all sorts of other ideas! Since I stopped working for the food company several years ago, this hasn’t had my attention. What I would like to say is a huge thank you to those of you who are […]

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Healthy Oriental Shrimp Salad – From Rie’s Bento and Cooking — Chic and Simple blog

September 8, 2014

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No.126 It has been unusually very warm here in Oslo, newspaper was talking about the record-breaking sales of ice cream this year. Yeah, I believe it. It has been so hot and I also craved cold vanila ice cream! Under the inviting blue sky people are also cooking BBQ so often that they are probably […]

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Griddled Pork in a cransberry, macadamia nut and rosemary sauce

August 31, 2014

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1 cup of macadamia nuts 1 cup of fresh chopped rosemary 1/2 cup of dried cranberries 1/2 cup of apple juice 2 pork chops sea salt and pepper to taste Place your pork chops on yoru griddle and cook for 10 minutes, or 15 minutes if you prefer well cooked. In a pot, add the […]

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Sous Vide Roast Beef Garnished with Spiced Vegetables – From Japanese Mizkan Recipe Book

August 31, 2014

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Ingredients: 500g sliced organic beef 1 tsp. sea salt 1/2 tsp ground black pepper Condiment 1 cup of chopped coriander 3 mint leaves 3 slithers of fresh ginger 5 spring onions 1 green chilli Sauce 4 tbsp. sarsons malt vinegar 4 tsp. soy sauce 2 tsp. honey 1 tsp. chopped garlic Mix the sauce first […]

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salt beef and gherkin salad in a mustard dressing

August 18, 2014

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serves 4 4 slices of salt beef chopped into small squares 4 large gherkins sliced small bunch coriander – torn up two handfuls of rocket 6 picante peppers cut into quarters handful of chopped cucumber 1 tsp. Dijon mustard 2 tbsp. of Dufrais white wine vinegar 2 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil   In a […]

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Padron Peppers with pickled beetroot, bacon and pine nuts in a balsamic stir fry

August 10, 2014

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Ok, so I know, I am a bit addicted to Padron Peppers! They are always and without fail in my fridge 😀 along with a ridiculous amount of pickles and vinegar, but then there’s no surprise there! This is seriously easy. 1 packet of pardon peppers 250g bacon lardons 1 jar of Haywards baby beets […]

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Chicken schnitzel with parmesan-herb crust

August 10, 2014

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originally from Non-Veg Food, In The Main This recipe is from a TV programme that I watched without the first idea of who the chef was or which channel or even which programme. I like watching cooking shows, even the hardcore ones which have recipes I’ll never try and ingredients that I’ve not heard of – […]

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Paleo lemon tomato, cashew nut, zucchini fettuccine

July 28, 2014

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Do you ever have those days when you crave pure comfort food, well those days I used to have pasta, but I received my new vegetable spiraller and I really wanted to use it. However, like a total plank, and knowing I just didn’t have the time to use the courgettes I had bought, I […]

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Mixed vegetable arrabbiata

July 20, 2014

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I have to admit, I do miss pasta and I know wheat-free means I can occasionally have the organic gluten-free pasta, but still it’s fillers and my body doesn’t really like it. But when I thought of the pasta that I missed the most it was Arrabbiata and carbonara- the latter of which I’ll leave […]

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