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25 Amazing Recipes To Make With Corn This Autumn

In Season: 25 Amazing Recipes To Make With Corn This Autumn

One of our late Summer treats is to go pick our own corn. My kids love running through the fields, harvesting as many cobs as they can. Invariably, we, of course, end up with way too many so I am always on the lookout for new recipes. I guess us French people are not generally very […]

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6 Ways To Cook Cauliflower Steaks

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In Season: Cauliflower Rice in 13 Delicious Recipes

In Season: Cauliflower Rice in 13 Delicious Recipes

Cauliflower might be a humble vegetable, yet it is full of delicious surprises such as cauliflower rice. Easy, healthy and gluten free, cauliflower rice makes a tasty and low carb alternative to rice, couscous or other grains. It is made by simply grating cauliflower florets or pulsing them in a food processor. Some people like […]

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28 Recipes To Use Leftover Pasta

28 Recipes to Use Leftover Pasta

Transform your leftover pasta into a whole new meal with the inspiring recipes below. Pair spaghetti, rigatoni, macaroni, noodles etc.. with other ingredients that might be lurking in your fridge and you will have a delicious salad, frittata, bake, stir-fry etc.. If all else fail, you can simply fry up your leftover pasta with some […]

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14 Meat Free Recipes To Celebrate Chinese New Year

14 Meat Free Recipes To Celebrate Chinese New Year

We celebrate the start of Chinese New Year with meat free versions of some traditional Chinese recipes. For the next 15 days celebrations will take place around the world to mark the year of the goat, sheep or ram. Apparently there is a bit of a confusion this year caused by the Mandarin Chinese character yang: 羊 […]

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9 easy ways to garden tomatoes

9 Easy Ways to Use All Those Garden Tomatoes

The title of this post is very ironic as our tomato crop was so poor this year, we just had them in salads. Last week end I got tomato envy, dining at friends who regularly produce tons of them! Green, yellow, red, chocolatey in all shapes and forms their home grown garden tomatoes made a beautiful […]

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7 Easy Ways To Add Vegetarian Protein To Your Breakfast

7 Easy Ways To Add Vegetarian Protein To Your Breakfast

A typical breakfast made of juice, cereal, toast and milk is high in carbohydrates and not the best balanced way to start the day. Adding protein to your breakfast is beneficial to both adults and children whether you follow a vegetarian, vegan, flexitarian or omnivore diet. Eating more lean protein in the morning helps regulate […]

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65 Recipes To Throw The Perfect Vegetarian Barbecue

65 Recipes To Throw The Perfect Vegetarian Barbecue

With many meat-free option available there is no need for vegetarians, vegans and flexitarians to feel left behind this barbecue season. If the prospect of a big cookout feels a bit daunting just follow these simple rules: Keep it simple: instead of mixing too many cuisines, stick to 1 or 2 where flavours complement each others. Prepare in advance: don’t […]

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How to Cook Asparagus

How To Cook Asparagus

British asparagus are only in season for a very short time (this year from April 23rd to June 21st). Delicious and versatile, asparagus can make the simplest of meal (blanched and drizzled with oil) or an elaborate dish paired with mushrooms, cheese or other ingredients. Green asparagus are the most common in the UK, but […]

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