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Fajitas With Salsa & Homemade Wraps

This is a great dish when you’re starving and need food on the table quickly. Here we’ve gone for a traditional filling, but you can add whatever you like to your wraps and use up leftovers. Try frying some chorizo for a bit of extra spice or throw in a few cherry tomatoes for some […]

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Star of Siam’s Thai Massaman Curry Recipe

This Thai Massaman Curry with Chicken is a really popular dish in the Star of Siam. Ingredients 1/2lb Chicken fillet cut into small pieces 3 tablespoons whole raw peanuts 4 cups water 1 large potato cut into 1 inch cubes 1 tablespoon of cooking oil 3 tablespoons Masaman Curry Paste – we use Mae Ploy […]

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Rocky Road Bars

No baking, no fuss, these are the perfect campervan treats for picnics or refueling on long walks. Don’t worry about measuring ingredients precisely—rough amounts will work just fine!   Ingredients 3 ½ oz (100g) your favorite cookies (biscuits) 5 tablespoons (70g) butter 3 ½ oz (100g) chocolate buttons 2 tablespoons honey 3 ½ oz (100g) […]

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Flipping Marvellous Fruit Pancakes

Spice up Shrove Tuesday with these strawberry, blueberry and cinnamon pancakes. Easy to make and tasty enough to ensure they go down a treat with the whole family – and not just on Pancake Day. Prep time: 10 mins Cooking time: 10 mins Ingredients 150g self-raising flour ½ tsp baking powder 2 tbsp icing sugar […]

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Ant Brown’s Roast Squash, Chilli and Parmesan Soup

Cumbrian private chef, Antony Brown, has worked with such greats as Pierre Koffmann, Tom Kitchin, Tom Aikens, and Mark Edwards of Nobu. Having trained in London, he now lives in our neighboring county Durham, where he manages the food and hospitality offering for some of the most prestigious Country Estates in the UK. Ant’s food […]

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Tara’s Valentine Tipples

No matter how you choose to celebrate this February 14 –  be it a toast to romance with your nearest and dearest or an Anti-Valentines soiree with your best friends – these deliciously boozy blends will guarantee love at first sip. Love isn’t always on Thyme Ingredients: 20ml thyme infused sugar syrup 20ml chambord Prosecco […]

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Blood Orange Muffins Recipe

Distinctive by their dark red rind and flesh, blood oranges have a very short season in late winter. Make the most of their tantalizing tartness while you can with these lovely, light muffins. Serve with thick greek yoghurt for an (almost) healthy January dessert.   Ingredients 5 tbsp light rapeseed or sunflower oil, plus a […]

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Burns Night Old Fashioned Cocktail

The annual Scottish celebration, commemorating the life of poet Robert Burns, takes place on Thursday 25 January. The Burns Night supper of course centres on the national dish of haggis, not a fan? No problem, you can still take your tastebuds on a highland fling with a good old fashioned scotch cocktail. Ingredients 1 thick […]

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Vegan Christmas Fruit Cake

By Kat Hale (adapted from a Suma Foods recipe) Ingredients 350g plain flour pinch of salt 1/2 tsp cinnamon 1/4 tsp nutmeg 1/2 tsp mixed spice 70g vegan spread (we use Pure Sunflower Spread) 170g soft light brown sugar 500g mixed dried fruits (we use a mix of cranberries, apricots, dates, sultanas, currants and prunes) […]

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Tara’s Christmas Cocktail Tipples

‘Tis the season to be merry. Say cheers to the holiday season with these creative cocktails, perfect if you’re looking for something a little more adventurous than your average glass of sherry. I guarantee these Christmassy cocktails will provide some festive cheer and much welcomed liquid merriment to your household. Partridge in a Pear Tree […]

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