Linguine with Garlic Prawns & Caper Sauce

We’re still on the tomato tip right now because they are just really good at this time of year and it’s a shame not to take advantage of them. I clearly remember making this dish as a quick and easy supper as the babies were still very small and my appetite was through the roof. We’d been walking that afternoon…
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How to Make Bruschetta – A Family Favourite

The tomatoes are amazing at this time of year as they’ve been out in the sun (hopefully) for long enough to develop a great taste! Cooking with tomatoes that you’ve grown yourself is brilliant but if you’re nervous about it or have a small space then I can highly recommend growing them in a hanging basket and using a variety…
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Apple Bread Recipe

It’s apple time again, can you believe it? I was really very lucky to have five apple trees in the garden that I had when I first made this Apple Bread. Armed with a tiny step ladder that I picked up from the outside of a house clearance, I’d head up the steps with my trug and twist the fruit…
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Fig, Pear and Walnut Salad Recipe with Lunch Under The Tree

It’s here!! Autumn is here! Yes, there’s still some possibility that it will be warm-ish until October but the light is different, it’s darker in the evenings, and it’s colder in the mornings I remember very clearly when I first made this salad and took the pictures for it for this blog. There was no one coming over, no event…
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How To Make Summer Pudding by Cherry Menlove

This quintessentially British pudding is very easy to make and makes use of all the fabulous berries that the Summer and early Autumn months give us. You can make it a day ahead and bring it out to guests served only with whipped cream, so it’s super easy! Ingredients  You will need a 1.25 litre pudding bowl 400g Strawberries 300g…
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