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CCC Malted Fudge – Chocolate Cherry & Chilli Malted Fudge!

May 12, 2014

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Ahhh bet you thought it was a rude title!! Nah! Not this time;) Now I know I am on a healthy kick here so that is why I made something more for the office than for myself. You see I do LOVE chocolate, but only as chocolate, not cooked in anything like cakes or desserts […]

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Lipsmacking Recipes – all recipe links

April 20, 2014

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The Cooking and Life Goddess’s Recipes: Fennel and red onion in a parmesan and rosemary cream Large cup mushrooms stuffed with pickled minted avocado, feta, bacon and pine nuts Pork with pickled rhubarb and crushed pink peppercorns with roasted pepper cup filled with root veg in a tarragon butter Chicken in clementines, rosemary and vodka […]

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Mustard, sesame and wasabi crusted Sea Bass, served with Tempura Sweet Potato Chips, Endameme & mint mash and a cucumber and chestnut salsa

March 28, 2014

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  2 tbsp. of grain mustard 2 tbsp. sesame seeds 1 tsp. of wasabi paste 4 Sea Bass Fillets 50g plain flour (I use cocnut) 1 egg beaten 4 sweet potatoes sliced into chips 300g Edamame Fresh mint   Cucumber and Chestnut salsa ½ cucumber diced small 6 water chestnuts diced small ½ red onion […]

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Mango Brussels Sprouts

March 27, 2014

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Ok, I know the masses aren’t fans of brussel sprouts but I’ll bet this dish will change your mind! The Mango balances out that slightly bitter taste and you get a great sweet and savoury yummy dish with scrummy bacon! Take a 500g of Brussels Sprouts, trim the heads and slice in half and  place to the side. […]

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The Ultimate Malted Raspberry Popcorn

March 25, 2014

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    Well folks this has turned into one of my signature dishes, because when you want a munch very little can beat this guilty pleasure! This dish is so easy to make, and don’t panic everyone thinks it’s likely to get soggy but as long as you work quickly I promise you wont be […]

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