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    You can't go wrong with a Full English Breakfast to start the day, but everyone has their own take on what should be included. Mine may not be fancy, or include chips, but we like it. The hardest thing about this kind of breakfast is the timing. Everything has to come together at the same time. It took awhile to nail it, but I think I've got it down to a fine art now :)

    Recipe #430793

    Don't be put off by the number of ingredients and stages, it isn't really all that difficult and the results really are worth the effort. :)

    Recipe #232698

    You see all these chefs on the tele these days showing you how to separate eggs quickly using only your hands - letting the yolk sit in your palm while the white falls through your fingers. Well apart from hating the feeling of slimy egg on my hands, my mum always told me not to touch the egg white as it gave you warts! I’m not sure how true that is, but I still separate my eggs the old fashioned way using the shells – so there! Also, not one to waste anything, I always try to make meringue at the same time as mayonnaise, or I put them in a jar in the fridge and make egg white omelete for my son Sam during the week. It's something he likes :)

    Recipe #232697

    My husbands stepmother Fran gave me an industrial sized Alluminium Pressure Cooker when we bought our first home and I must admit to being abit baffled by it. It has since become one of my most treasured kitchen tools and is rarely off the hob. Using it for this recipe ensures lovely tender beef everytime, at a fraction of the time it would take in the oven. We love our Strog with pasta as opposed to the traditional rice, and find the mini Macaroni or Coquillettes work really well with it. :)

    Recipe #228174

    Makes 3 litres, hence the preparation time! I made so much that I froze half of it. Mangos were on special at the supermarket so I thought I'd give it a go. I hadn't realised that mangos were such slippery fruit to peel and core! I worked out in the end that if I used a potato peeler and left a ring of peel around the outside to hold on too until last, I didn't drop them so often! hee! hee! hee! I'd never made this before and must admit that I did impress myself! And my family so it must be good!

    Recipe #225612

    Ice-cream alternative using mascarpone cheese instead of cream. Unlike traditional custard based ice-creams, this one doesn't need any cooking. It is so simple to do, my 10 year old daughter Lauren can more or less make it herself. :)

    Recipe #209206


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