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  • Simple Pea Soup

    Ingredients: 2 c peas 1 tbsp olive oil 2 onions, chopped 4 potatoes, chopped 2 carrots chopped. 2 tbsp Add potatoes and carrots and sauté for a minute longer, then add the peas and enough water to cover the

  • Broccoli Poppers

    I received an air fryer for my birthday this year. I've tried it with fewer, but this is how I got the best results, so bear with me!) coating fully, just enough to make it less dry and nice and golden, but not enough for it to be anywhere near

  • Fenugreek and Sweet Potato Curry

    (the original directions were to do so if the chicken looked like a polar bear, but even under-turmericked sweet potatoes don't look very polar bear-esque...) 4) Once the sweet potato and carrot have had a chance If the dish dries out it is nowhere near as tasty. Add more water, butter or pepper as needed.

  • Mulled Mead

    Over a year ago, I made mead. It came out a little rougher than I had hoped, but much better than I had feared. swaddled in her Moses basket, that my sister, hubby and I decided to try mulling the remaining mead from a year

  • Rabbit Stew with a Glühwein Twist

    I have liked rabbit meat for years (which has no bearing on enjoying petting them) and had meant to get Knowing the about-face that Scrooge was about to undergo, it was interesting hearing him be so entrenched Digesting our stew that evening, we lit the candles on our Christmas tree for the second time this year

  • Cinnamon Stars: Re-revisited (again)

    So, it isn't like we needed more cookies just before New Year, but for Science, it was necessary to make Optional: 1 tbsp flaked almonds, toasted 1) Beat the egg whites with a pinch of salt to form stiff peaks (check out my beautiful, stiff, hand-whipped peaks!). Christmas Cookie recipe instead (which I like as well), or the orange variation that I tweaked this year

  • Peppermint Macarons

    The second time they were stiff peaks but maybe not quite stiff enough, but I was hesitant to keep going the sugar, reducing to form a syrup. 3) In a clean bowl beat egg whites and the pinch of salt to soft peaks . 4) Gradually add the granulated sugar and beat to form stiff peaks. 5) In thirds, fold in the sugar

  • Easy Light Lunches: 7 Savoury Tart Ideas

    Pumpkin Tart This was a new recipe I tried this year and loved it! For years cheese tart has had bits of bacon, onions or tomatoes, sometimes a little spinach, but the and bright, the tomatoes are complemented by rounds of mozzarella and basilic in this tart, this tart bears Chanterelle Tart This one is seasonal, but definitely bears sharing, just so it is on hand when the time

  • Lemon Syllabub and Blueberries with Lemon Cupcakes

    cupcakes (or cake) are in the oven, beat the whipped cream and sugar with a whisk until you have stiff peaks

  • Sweet Potato Tattie Scones

    We had a full Scottish breakfast - or as near as possible over here where black pudding isn't available

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