My favourite Chinese soup of all time: Spare rib and mustard green soup

What do you eat when you’re ill? I have decided that I am impossible to cook for when ill because I become a very horrible patient. Colds are f–king annoying! One’s not sick enough to be confined to bed but the snot-filled, streaming-eyed person it turns one into means one isn’t fit for company either. … Continue reading

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A warming winter vegetable soup for when Jack Frost visited

Getting colder Winter’s drawing ever closer: we had the first hard frost of the year a few days ago, which was the perfect occasion to test a new vegetable soup recipe I’d thought about. In the past I made a Dhal, a lentil based thick curry stew to accompany curries. But I had never used … Continue reading

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You know winter’s on its way when the soups come out to play: curried squash and red lentil soup

An Autumn/Winter Warmer I originally planned to make this with roasted pumpkin to present to my father-in-law for his Fright Night Halloween event in Ferndown this month but I have to admit that I’m not the world’s biggest fan of pumpkin. It’s not that I don’t like it, it’s just that I’d much rather choose … Continue reading

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Cheesy cornflake crisps

I’d put in a late night at the office today and as my husband had also been busy, dinner was going to be nothing more exciting than soup out of a box (I know, shocking! and she calls herself a cook…). I love soup. Plus there’s nothing wrong with packet or tinned soup. Of course … Continue reading

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