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Spicy Pumpkin Soup: The best thing about Hallowe’en

I really dislike Hallowe’en. What used to be a fun, family time of year seems to have become a celebration of horror films for a a generation who shouldn’t be watching them. Its much more fun from a food perspective. … Continue reading

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Tartiflette – developing the cheese and potato theme

After this week’s experiment with Bajan Sweet Potato, I’m continuing the potato theme in this blog – specifically Tartiflette. This dish brings together the classic cheese and potato combination in a very French way. Last year we visited Clermont-Ferrand and … Continue reading

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Bajan pudding and souse – traditional Saturday lunch

I’ve had to wait a week to write this blog. It was only after we’d been on holiday for a couple of days in Barbados that I saw the little cafes saying that they served pudding and souse. After a little … Continue reading

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Munich Part II – a feast for the eyes, lots more pig, and dodgy journalism

A couple of weeks ago I shared the beer festival experience in Bavaria. Man cannot live on beer alone (no matter how hard he tries) and we spent the rest of our visit to Munich trying some of the other … Continue reading

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Jerusalem Artichoke soup

I had not knowingly eaten a Jerusalem Artichoke until last year. I’ve had artichokes as part of antipasti of course but when I came across Jerusalem Artichokes in my local greengrocer I had no idea what they were. Why would … Continue reading

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