Curried Red Lentil and Apricot Soup

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A new year and some new plans for me and what food I’m going to make! My intention for this year is to try some new-to-me ingredients, make some food from different countries than usual and to finally try making … Continue reading

Skillet-Roasted Lemon Chicken

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Did you manage to get through Cookbooktober unscathed? What is Cookbooktober? There are so many new cookbooks released in October that someone decided to call the month Cookbooktober. Not me, because how unwieldy is that name? Now imagine how much … Continue reading

Rotini, Fresh Basil, Pine Nut and Cheese Casserole

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Hello! It’s been a while. I took a break, but now I’m back. Let’s see if I still remember how to do this. I was interested in this recipe because it has a few different-than-usual ingredients: Havarti cheese and pine … Continue reading

Fast and Easy Pasta With Blistered Cherry Tomato Sauce

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Made with seasonal tomatoes and fresh, home-grown basil and always-on-hand pasta and garlic, this is perfect for my busy schedule. This recipe is fast and easy AND tasty. I’m going to remember this for not-tomato season too, because cherry tomatoes … Continue reading

Rice Bowl with Fried Egg and Avocado

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I like eating food from bowls. Maybe that’s because I like food that’s usually served in bowls. Porridge. Noodles. Soup. Popcorn. Coffee. Now I have this new favourite thing to eat from bowls. Rice, mixed with complementary flavours and chopped … Continue reading

DIY Shake and Bake Chicken

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Sometimes one change – just one little thing – will make all the difference. In this case, buying a new set of measuring spoons improved my mood. These spoons are rectangular and narrow so they fit into spice jars. Which … Continue reading

English Onion Soup with Sage and Cheddar

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Load up on onions, sharpen your knife and get slicing. This is a great alternative to French Onion Soup from Jamie Oliver. But first, some kitchen tips from whatfoodimade: • Sharp knives reduce the amount of tears produced while cutting … Continue reading