Monthly Archives: October 2011

Chicken and Prawn Paella

I recently made a spontaneous paella with ingredients that I had in the house and it was blummin delicious. It definitely isn’t a traditional version but I love a mixed paella with chicken and big juicy prawns and I think … Continue reading

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A Simple Banana Loaf

I had been feeling rather guilty about the neglected bunch of bananas sitting in my kitchen, developing lots of brown spots. They were well past their best for a tasty snack but looked perfect for a banana loaf,┬áso as I … Continue reading

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Brunch at No 67

I really really love brunch. It’s one of my favourite things to do. It’s not just down to the type of food that’s on offer, I love the whole brunch experience. If I go out for brunch it means I’ve … Continue reading

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My Favourite 10 Minute Dinner

I almost always cook this delicious prawn spaghetti if I’m home alone on a school night. It’s perfect for those times when you want something really tasty as soon as you walk through the door (which is pretty often for … Continue reading

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Lunch at St John Bar & Restaurant

Yesterday I had a bit of a situation. 1pm came, I had just finished a massive bit of work and I realised that I would be able to take my full lunch hour. Usually in this situation I would use … Continue reading

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Jamie Oliver’s Moroccan Lamb Chops

Last night’s dinner was Moroccan lamb chops from Jamie Oliver’s 30 Minute Meals book. It is a real star from this cookbook. I have cooked it a couple of times before and it always comes together perfectly and is absolutely … Continue reading

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Foodies Heaven in Bali (Part 3)

I spent my final two days in Bali in the popular town of Ubud. Throughout my trip I had been seeking out Babi Guling as I had been told early on that this was one of Bali’s most traditional dishes. … Continue reading

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