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Berlin sunshine and the finest pork I’ve ever tasted

Sunday’s are interesting days in Germany. The shops are generally closed in a wonderful traditional move. People are out on the streets though – tourists, families, young groups of friends alike. This weekend in Berlin it is encouraged by a … 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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Herbs: The non-gardener’s allotment

No matter how big the space available I think I would always like to have a herb garden. As someone who can kill most plants on sight I have long given up hope of being able to fill a vase … Continue reading

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