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Sourdough Love

My uncle owns a bakery. While this does not mean that I have a claim to the title ‘bakery girl’, I did grow up eating what could today only be described as ‘artisan baked goods’ and bread and I have … Continue reading

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Brown Sauce

Expat Gourmet loves a good bacon butty and is known to spend inordinate amounts of time and effort on tasks made redundant by modern way of life.  Making own brand brown sauce is a logical consequence, n’est-ce pas?

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Daal Will Mend Your Soul

So here we go again. Our garden looks sad. The clock goes back and grey, cold and wet days are followed by greyer, colder and wetter days. Tissues at the ready, we all have to endure perma-sniffles. Well, I thought … Continue reading

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A Week of Tomatoes – Roast Tomato, Chilli & Cumin Soup

So here we are, finally at the end of my epic trilogy. Having made tomato ketchup and sun dried tomatoes I really craved tomato soup as something full of tomatoey goodness that can be eaten immediately. Having been quite intimately … Continue reading

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A Week of Tomatoes – Home Made Ketchup

Don’t worry, I do realise that the idea of making ketchup from scratch will seem like unnecessary hassle to the vast majority of the world’s population. Why bother when you can buy Heinz and it comes in a neat squeezy … Continue reading

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Rhubarb Chutney

Rhubarb and I go way back. As a child I never used to love it, and since there was always rhubarb cake on the table during the summer months I had to learn to live with it. I think I … Continue reading

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