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Turning cabbage into chou: helping you love your greens

Cabbage. Now what does that word conjure up? A soggy, smelly, unappetising vegetable? Or the trendiest green in the winter food wardrobe? I used to be in the former camp, having been raised on overcooked white cabbage at home and … Continue reading

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A weeknight rarebit

Things on toast, that’s what you need on a wet, windy Monday. Things on toast that require very little work and no shopping whatsoever. A rarebit, or rabbit as some people call it, is the perfect antidote to effort as … Continue reading

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