Category Archives: One pot

Fast, perfect noodles

January whizzed past at a rate of knots this year and barely anything I cooked registered as worth a blog post. Except these, which are possibly my favourite fast-food discovery for a while. Late-night food in my flat barely lifts … Continue reading

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A winter warmer: Alsacian baeckeoffe

I discovered baeckeoffe when I lived in Strasbourg for a year and, whereas other students headed mostly for Paris or the south, I headed east, not because I was particularly imaginative but because I had friends there. It did my French accent the … 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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Catherine Phipps’s chicken with braised lettuce, peas and bacon

As a child I had ‘favourite’ foods, though what they were escapes me. I think it was more a case that foods I never got to eat were on the list, so if the chance ever arose I’d waste no … Continue reading

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The Complete Nose to Tail roasted tomatoes with goat’s cheese

It may not feel much like summer out there (it’s so dark in my office that I have turned the lights on) but the shops are still full of gorgeous, over-ripe fruit and vegetables. Right now, the huge 5kg boxes … Continue reading

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Honey and Co’s pomegranate chicken with bulgur wheat salad

When I started this blog, it was very much a way of recording the recipes I liked, a form of personalised cookbook that I could access anywhere. If I was staying with friends or family, and wanted to cook something for … Continue reading

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How to feel rich for a quid: herb flatbreads

Some things in cooking are essential, some less so and knowing the difference is often what makes a recipe work or not. So, for example, I have often scanned flatbread recipes, seen the words ‘leave overnight/for a few hours’ and ignored … Continue reading

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