Stuffed Courgettes

I’m a fiend for courgettes, but not everyone feels the love. Fair enough – when cooked badly, courgettes can create an unpleasant and watery ratatouille, or a dark green, floppy disc in a plate of Mediterranean vegetables…. 

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Homemade Granola

Granola is one end of the breakfast spectrum, with something like a humble bowl of porridge or slice of toast the other end. It’s an elite cereal. Serious business. Hell, you can easily blow upwards of £5 on a bit of granola. … 

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Curried Eggs

When I woke up this morning, I checked my phone, and saw that a Tweet had popped up overnight:

“I made curried eggs! As usual they look disgusting (my trade mark look) but were actually delish!”

The Tweet was from my friend Anna, and the reason why it was sent overnight is because she has moved to Canada and is now eight hours behind us. I was reminded this by a rather philosophical Facebook status she posted over the weekend:… 

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Braised Persian Chicken

If I were to make a list of my favourite cuts of meat, then chicken breast would be right down the bottom. I suppose it’s unusual that I don’t get allure, because juicy white breasts are one of the prime supermarket cuts - £21/kg for organic breast fillets in Waitrose - that’s more than the supermarket’s rib eye steak.… 

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