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    Perfect for how cold we (many of us) are: New TOTM

    Chef Kate
    Tue Feb 01, 2011 3:57 pm
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    Soups are an all time favourite for so many of us, its a wonderful warming snack or the start of a special meal that can be either a consume' or thick and chunky, served with crusty bread can definately be a meal on its own.

    Appetizers are a course that we usually enjoy serving when we want to celebrate something special. like family gatherings. friends and celebrations. It can be served either as finger food on its own or as part of a meal.

    Come and see all the wonderful recipes and ideas we have you can add your own favourites and tips as well which are always welcome. simply click here

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