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Recently, I came across this recipe by Lottie + Doof for a pasta meal in a single pan, and decided to try it out. It’s a simple enough combination – onions, garlic, tomato & basil – and, I can verify, tastes rather good! You should try it out.

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Recently, I bought some pearl barley on an impulse, and then had to find something to do with it. The obvious choice? Soup!

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Here’s another of those “what did I have in the fridge?” meals. I’ve used cheddar for the cheese, but I reckon there’s probably something else that would suit this better.

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This evening, I got home to find a nearly-empty fridge. Not being in the mood to cycle out in the pouring rain, I decided to deal with it, and see what I could make with what was there. This rather tasty meal was the result.

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The other day, I ‘borrowed’ my mum’s Good Food magazine, and came across this lovely, simply recipe. I didn’t expect to be trying it out so soon afterwards, nor immediately after walking in at the end of a long day at work, but try it I did, and the result was more than satisfying.

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Chicken (Noodle) Soup

Posted: 04/07/2013 in Savoury, Soup
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 It’s been a while since I posted here, but I’ve been accumulating recipes and photos of said recipes in action during that time. One of those recipes that I’m particularly please with is this one for chicken noodle soup, from Smitten Kitchen.

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Apple Sauce

Posted: 15/04/2013 in Sauces, Sweet
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This week, I’ve been lurking around some friends’ kitchen a fair bit, mostly due to not being able to get into my own until yesterday. Some of the meals we cooked up during that time were things I probably wouldn’t have thought of on my own, but I am glad we did. This apple sauce was part of one of them. It’s very simple, and beyond looking up ingredients for a rough gauge of quantity, we didn’t really use a recipe to make it. Nonetheless, here’s one for future reference.

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