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Les Petits Chefs grind meat and make breakfast sausage with Emily Richards

If you read my blog way back in 2011, you might remember that Neil and I took part in Charcutepalooza – a group of bloggers working their way through Michael Ruhlman’s “Charcuterie” book.  You might remember that time I tried to grind meat without the blade in the meat grinder. Or the sausage stuffing extravaganza. […]

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Neffiès (Languedoc-Roussillon, France)

If you’ve followed my blog, my Twitter or Instagram feed for a little while now, you’ll know that I love France. Since I left Paris in 2000, we’ve been lucky enough to visit some part of France nearly every year since then.  When I lived there, as a poor student, then a poor English teacher, […]

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Cookbook Book Club: #dinnerwithNaomiDuguid

Yes, it’s Cookbook Book Club time again – my once a month “cooking from the same cookbook” dinner with Jan from Family Bites and Jenn from Chocolate Shavings.  We’ve already had dinner with Marcella, dinner with Nigella, dinner with Ottolenghi and dinner with Maria Speck, and this month we chose to have dinner with Naomi […]

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Quiche from around my French Table for French Fridays with Dorie on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays with Dorie: Quiche Maraîchère

For some reason, when I was planning this week’s French Fridays with Dorie dish (Quiche Maraîchère, p 158), I wrote “bacon” on my shopping list. Because if you look at the photo in the book, it kinda looks like there is bacon in this quiche.  When you actually read the recipe, however (you know, that […]

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Les Petits Chefs bake and taste with Sarah Elton

Regular readers of this blog will know that I recently reviewed Sarah Elton’s latest book “Starting from Scratch” and I loved it.  Ostensibly a book for teaching kids about food, it covers a variety of different aspects of food education.  It’s the essential book for a curious kid but one which offers adults a whole […]

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