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    This may seem a sacrilege to anyone who grew up enjoying Caribbean or North African food, but I have my own, non-traditional, goat curry recipe. It is delicious. Really satisfying and warming. A great recipe for a crock pot. The number of peppers sounds intimidating, but the flavour really mellows through baking.

    Recipe #417801

    A hearty, flavourful and nutritious curry dish. Pared-down ingredients and a simple technique, resulting in surprisingly deep and complex flavours. Goes VERY nicely with brown rice or wholewheat flatbreads. Compliments a fresh, herby salad well.

    Recipe #417798

    I'm an Essex girl by birth and an Eastender by heritage, so pie mash and licquor was a childhood treat. You can imagine my horror upon moving to Kent to find that no one outside of London has even heard of the dish, let alone tasted it. So I languished for years without. Sure, I could just get a meat pie and somemash, but normal meat pies are not the same, and the licqour is just impossible. Fortunately, through much experimenting my Mum and I now have a suitable substitute that tastes as good (or bad!) as the real thing!

    Recipe #410474

    The best gravy is also a very simple recipe. Please note that the ingredients listed, except the onion and butter, are what I assume you are going to be eating for your roast dinner, not what actually goes in the gravy. You'll understand why in the recipe.

    Recipe #405713

    Rabbit is hard to come by these days, but if you're fortunate enough to have a local butcher who will supply more traditional meats like mutton, oxtail and trotters, ask him about rabbit. This recipe calls for the rabbit supplied skinned and gutted, but whole (many butchers often portion the rabbit up automatically). Rabbit meat is the leanest you will ever eat - pure protein and with a great, rich flavour.

    Recipe #362089

    Fresh, home-made butter is easy to make, and tastes delicious! This recipe is a great one to share with the kids, and can be used as a base for delicious herb butters. Yield is approximate - yield will vary depending on how long you work the cream for.

    Recipe #353536

    So you've made my quick and easy goats-milk ricotta, and now you have a pot of warm, leftover whey. This simple bread recipe is a great use of the whey, and goes very well with my cheese! Please note that measurements for flour and whey are approximate - I cook by eye, not by scale! A great and simple recipe, with minimal kneading, to enjoy at Imbolc.

    Recipe #352513

    This is a great recipe for people that are interested in cheese-making, but new to the process. A fresh, mild-flavoured and spreadable ricotta-like cheese, with no need for special cultures, complicated temperature monitoring, fancy equipment or months of waiting. The recipe makes only a small amount of cheese, just enough for a nice lunch with warm bread baked from the collected whey. A perfect recipe to enjoy on Imbolc! Eat within 1 week of making.

    Recipe #352511

    This is a really great recipe for Christmas. Strongly flavoured, sweet, sticky and rich, this chutney is best served with room-temperature blue cheese or overripe brie, served on crackers or oatcakes. Also great with pork or a roasted ham.

    Recipe #335189

    A great treat for breakfast, lunch or as a snack. These savoury pancakes are filling and guaranteed to satisfy!

    Recipe #335112

    This produces more of a sweet, thick drizzling sauce, similar in consistency to sweet chilli sauce, then a chutney. The method is simple, and the results are very tasty. This goes great with grilled chicken or fish.

    Recipe #335110

    I love meat, but often can't afford it, especially with the economy taking a nose-dive and food generally being so expensive. So. When the end of the month draws near, and food stocks in the cupboard run low, here is a quick fix to help bulk out your cupboard. I have added specific ingredients, but remember that this is an emergency stash using recipe; substitute where ever you need to. The recipe that follows is for a chicken-like meat substitute, but can be altered to suit your tastes. The following recipe makes approximately 12 "meat" patties, or enough to fill a generous meat portion of 2-3 meals for 2 people. Prep time includes soaking beans.

    Recipe #330561

    I found this recipe over on a wonderful blog, called Cherrapeno, and I believe the writer there got the recipe from Epicurious. The usual recipe calls for raspberries, but I find it works just as well with cherries, blueberries, wild strawberries or any other similar-sized fruit. Vary the colour of chocolate and the liquor used according to the fruit. For example; for blueberries, only white chocolate will do, and I'd be tempted to add finely grated lemon peel. Cherries are delicious in any chocolate, and work well with brandy, kirsch, amaretto and a host of other boozy flavours! If fruit is not in season, this would work well with candied ginger, small pieces of fudge or toffee, or any other sweet treat you would like to encase in chocolate! Prep and cooking time does not include time that the food spends chilling i the fridge.

    Recipe #314063

    I purchased a pot of onion chutney from a local supermarket, intrigued, and was very disappointed. It was so sweet and jam-like, and really sickly. So I decided to make my own, with minimal ingredients, just to see how it would turn out. The resulting recipe is very simple, and very good! I make a big batch up about once a month, and have to hide a jar or two to keep as my friends take the rest! This recipe will fill one large pickled onion jar, and leave a little over for a couple of small gift jars.

    Recipe #306755

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