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This week I’ve already blogged about the meats and desserts to have for Christmas dinner, this post is about another vital part of your meal, the vegetables! Below are some suggestions for vegetable dishes, just click on the titles to link through to my original blog posts. Goose Fat Roasted Potatoes: Christmas wouldn’t be complete […]
Christmas is coming! Now is the time to think about the main event. Turkey is not the only option for Christmas dinner, and to be perfectly honest I’m not the bird’s biggest fan. Here are some other options for your table this Christmas. Goose: This is the traditional British festive bird, and a favourite of […]
Ok, so my promise to blog more regularly hasn’t really been fulfilled over the past few weeks. Partly life has gotten in the way, and partly because of an unreliable internet connection. Anyway I hope this recipe will make up for it. This recipe was cooked in a conventional oven, but could be easily adapted […]
It’s been a couple of weeks since my last post and I’m still trying to get back into the blogging swing of things. In the final stages of my thesis getting it done was pretty all-consuming, and most extra-curricular activities went out the window. Now I’m trying to remember how I occupied my free time before, […]
Everyone loves proper fried Homemade Chips, but they’re often the first thing to get knocked on the head when you’re on a diet. Deep fried food is a dieter’s nemesis, so bad for you, so many calories, but so very tasty. Over the last few years there’s been a revolution in kitchen gadgets, and air […]
Another tasty low-syn side dish recipe from my Slimming World Diet. Great with a roast or steak. I made a big batch of this and served the second half cold the next day with some grilled pork, though you could reheat them. This recipe makes four portions at just ½ syn per portion. I used smoked […]