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clams, lobster, mussels

Reviews In March (Total Reviews 9, Showing: 1 -> 8)
Chorizy y Adobo – sweet potato and chorizo with adobo spicing
New Review
If I remember rightly, my first encounter with Elaine Mason of Union of Genius (UofG) was when there was a Facebook call for volunteers to help wit...

Gin & Tonic Loaf
New Review
I'm certainly no gin aficionado. In fact, I came late to this spirit; a heritage of Beefeater and Schweppes tonic would give me the boke, I couldn't...

Hay Fever and Nettle Tea
Not usually connected with hay, nor does it cause a fever, 'Hay Fever' is an allergic reaction triggered by pollen from trees, flowers and grass, as...

Kookoo Sabzi
Happy New Year - Persian style!  We are still in Lent! With no religious affiliation, some would say I'm a heathen - I can cope with t...

Pigging the Pork

Rhubarb Cranachan
March 2011 I just love rhubarb! MasterChef presenter, Gregg Wallace (@puddingface on Twitter) has palpitations at the thought of a good crumb...

Ricotta and Lemon Pancakes
New Review
Fat Tuesday

Wild Garlic and Spring Detox
From the College of Naturopathic Medicine

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