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Half a nose to half a tail – the Kenilworth Lamb

It was back in November 2015 that I bought half a lamb from the rather wonderful Kenilworth Free Range. The box I collected was surprising for its weight and variety. For £70 I’ve fed over 50 generous plates of food … Continue reading

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Lamb #5: a sneaky leftover tagine

Is there a better ‘leftover roast’ than lamb? I can’t think of another meat which keeps its flavour and texture so well and can even keep on giving the second time around. For me there are two options: a slow … Continue reading

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Lamb #3 – Loin chops with mint sauce, crushed potatoes and roasted vegetables.

After last night’s misfire with the lamb, tonight I regrouped and tried some of the loin chops included in my half lamb from Kenilworth Free Range. The loin chops are thick – probably an inch thick and they have a … Continue reading

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Meal 2: Heart, liver and kidney anyone?

The main joints of my Kenilworth Free Range half a lamb are frozen. The lamb stew is delicious but it’s time to have a look at the bag of offal. Closer inspection shows a heart, a kidney and a liver. … Continue reading

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Kenilworth Free Range – meat on our doorstep

I believe that food is important. The decisions we make about where we get food from and which food we buy really matters. Personally I don’t understand why anyone would buy meat, fruit and vegetables from supermarkets. It is an … Continue reading

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The flexible and forgiving tagine

Tagines are fabulous for many reasons. They employ gutsy, punchy flavours in a palette we don’t often sample, they are really easy to cook and very forgiving, they smell fantastic and they are a great use-up dish. The people who don’t … Continue reading

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Month of Solitude: Day Five – where does all the time go?

For the first time I’ve realised a small snag. This all started well; I’d got off to a flying start by preparing lunch for work, dividing up larger purchases and eating pretty well. After the terrific start with beef tartare … Continue reading

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Lamb chops with baked sweet potato and harissa mayo.

Lamb is such a divisive meat. The vegetarians have an excuse for not liking it but the carnivores are a little confusing. Either you eat meat or you don’t – you can’t be happy to eat all slaughtered flesh except … Continue reading

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