Monthly Archives: October 2015

How to feel rich for a quid: Mexican corn on the cob

Oh, corn on the cob; is it the cheapest, most delicious thing ever? On a recent trip to the States I was surprised, since it was September, not to see any either on menus or for sale by the road and, … Continue reading

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How to feel rich for a quid: make bread #3

Have you made any bread yet? Did I tempt you with the slow-rise, no-work bread or the quick-turn-around-in-a-bowl soda bread? No? Then how about something in-between, my final offering: spelt bread. Spelt is a type of wheat, the ancestor of the wheat most of us eat now, … Continue reading

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HFW’s Love your Leftovers ribollita

I absolutely hate waste, so half my miniscule fridge is full of scraps of this and that which I can’t bear to chuck. Until now, I rarely managed to use many of them up before the inevitable rot set in but, … Continue reading

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How to feel rich for a quid: make bread #2

My last post about bread was for those who love sourdough, but don’t have the time or space to look after a starter. But that recipe requires patience; this is for those who have none, or rather who have very little. Soda … Continue reading

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