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Lemon Vinaigrette | Component Cooking

By Erin Alderson
If there’s one thing I tell people to start making at home right away, it’s dressing. Homemade salad dressing is as easy as whisking together olive oil, lemon juice, and salt. From that base, the possibilities of dressing are endless. While most people say you want a dressing that is 1 part acidity (lemon juice or vinegar) to 3 parts oil. My dressing tend towards 1:2 as it all depends on what you’re adding to the dressing. and see the recipe.The post Lemon Vinaigrette | Component Cooking appeared first on Naturally Ella. …read more

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Quick and Easy Berry Compote

By Grace In today’s post I’m sharing a gorgeously simple berry compote recipe. This recipe was adapted from a strawberry compote recipe by fellow blogger Isabella King, creator of the blog Coriander Queen. Sadly Isabella passed away earlier this year, aged just 29. Our food blogging community wanted to do something to remember her so we decided to each choose a recipe of Isabella’s to recreate and share on our own blogs in tribute to her and in celebration of her life.

Though I never had the chance to meet her in person, I will always remember Isabella as a really …read more

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Easy 5 ingredient pesto tomato tart

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche If you’ve been reading the blog for a while, you might think that this pesto tomato tart recipe sounds very ‘me’. It’s easy, it’s cheesy, and it uses nice, straightforward ingredients. But actually, this recipe was written by a lovely lady called Isabella, who wrote the blog Coriander Queen. Izzie passed away a few weeks ago at the age of 29.

As I’ve mentioned before, the food blogging community is a close one. Despite living all around the country (and even the world!), we food bloggers keep in touch with each other on a daily basis, we meet up in person …read more

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Chocolate Almond Butter Cookies – A Tribute To Izzie King

By Sus Davy Today I am bringing you some of my three favourite foods. Chocolate, almonds and cookies, chocolate almond butter cookies to be precise. These cookies aren’t just any cookies, these cookies are inspired and dedicated to a dear blogging friend, Isabella King AKA Coriander Queen, who tragically lost her battle with cancer last month. Izzie was part of a close group of bloggers who I am honoured to call my friends. We bonded over our love of Bath, coriander and cookies. We sadly never got to meet in person, but we chatted so much online, I felt like I had known …read more

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Spiced Sweet Potato Skewers with Cilantro Yogurt Sauce

By Erin Alderson Post sponsored by America’s Dairy Farm Families and Importers. See below for more details.

Even though we grill out all year, I tend to increase my grilling during the spring months. I like to soak up as much time as I can outside, which is a perfect way to celebrate Earth Day. This year, I’m teaming up with the dairy community and kicking-off on Earth Day by highlighting how our farmers are making dairy more sustainable while focusing on the land and animal health. Delivering the best care to their cows makes sure we have access to fresh, quality dairy products …read more

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Grilled Fava Beans – Flavor Flav, Indeed

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John) I bet fava beans would be a lot more popular if people knew how to cook them, or even what they were. For many people, these are just those mysterious, semi-scary, oversized green beans that they’re not sure what to do with. Which is a shame, since they’re not only delicious, and easy to prepare, but also very versatile. Fava beans shine in salads, and pastas, as well as on pizzas. The also, as I demonstrated the end of the video, make for a wonderful spread. By the way, the ingredient amounts below are pure guesses, since this …read more

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On the road to Vegas!

By makemendgrow Vegas has always held a special place in my heart. My grandparents lived there for decades and would regale me with stories of their dates. They’d save up their money as best they could and every weekend go down to Sam’s Town and have a special night out They loved their date nights and continued that tradition for years, until cancer finally took those nights away.
Every time I am there, I remember my Grandparents and their adventures and try to create memories of my own; always having fun, whether it was with a boy friend or a few high …read more

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Pa Amb Tomaquet - Traditional Catalan Tomato Tapa Recipe

By Jacqueline Meldrum My beautiful Spanish friend Populo has made us this simple pa amb tomaquet tapa a few times and we’ve always been wowed by how good it is.What is Pa Amb Tomaquet?Pa amb tomaquet is a traditional Catalan tapa dish. It’s a bit like a Catalan bruschetta. The Spanish call it pan con tomate, but this is definitely Catalan rather than Spanish. You’ll soon be offered this tapa if you spend any time in Barcelona and they are rightly proud of it.Pa amb tomaquet is a really simple dish where the flavour of the fresh tomatoes sing. All you need is …read more

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Spinach Asparagus Soup with Lemon Sunflower Cream

By Erin Alderson
I’m not one to often turn asparagus into soup. I think the crisp texture of asparagus makes the flavor better. This soup has changed my mind. I keep it simple with the base but the spinach adds a bump in nutrients (and green hue!) To make this soup easier, you could swap heavy cream for the sunflower cream but I do like the bit of earthiness that comes from the sunflower. and see the recipe.The post Spinach Asparagus Soup with Lemon Sunflower Cream appeared first on Naturally Ella. …read more

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St George’s Mushroom & Egg Sausage Burger on Toast

By Karen Burns-Booth For St George’s Day and England!

Sunday the 23rd April, this year, 2017, is St George’s Day – the patron saint of England, this Saint’s day is the least observed Saint’s day in the United Kingdom, and I think that’s a shame; so, with that in mind, I decided to create a little bit of culinary fun, enter today’s recipe idea for St George’s Mushroom & Egg Sausage Burger on Toast, which, if I’m honest, is more of an assembly job more than a recipe, but the recipe idea incorporates some terribly English elements of an “on toast” meal, with some …read more

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Hilah’s Happy Hour featuring Chef John’s First Podcast

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John) That’s right, I did a podcast! Which, come to find out, is a great way to learn what those are. It’s basically like listening to the radio, only more complicated. Anyway, I appeared on Hilah’s Happy Hour, with the lovely and talented Hilah Johnson. As you’ll hear, she does most of the heavy lifting in this free-flowing interview, but you’ll also get a few behind-the-scenes tidbits from me, as well. I had a lot of fun doing it, and invite you to follow this link to check it out on her blog, as well as check out her highly …read more

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Salmon Avocado Poke Bowl

By Lisa Lin The first time I ever ate raw fish was when I was about ten or eleven years old. I was at a Japanese buffet, and my mother told me to eat only the expensive foods so we would get our money’s worth, which meant seafood and sashimi. Of course, I didn’t particularly enjoy raw fish, but being the dutiful daughter, I heeded her advice.
It wasn’t until I started eating poke bowls a few years ago that I warmed up to the idea of dishes with raw fish!
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A Tour of Innocent’s Fruit Towers

By Grace As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, this year we are working with innocent to help spread the word about their fantastic Sow & Grow campaign. We’ve been having so much fun growing our own food (read all about it here: Growing Food with Kids and Carrots, Cress & Beans) and as part of the project, one sunny day last week we also had the great privilege of a personal tour of Fruit Towers, innocent’s HQ.

We weren’t sure what to expect from the experience but my 3 year old nearly burst with excitement when he spotted the innocent logo at the …read more

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Mediterranean couscous with roasted cauliflower steaks

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche Hello strangers! Sorry for not posting a new recipe in over a week – I think it’s actually the longest this blog’s been idle in at least a few years. I’ve been filling my time by reorganising pretty much my entire house (including every single cupboard in my kitchen – so satisfying), trekking to an endless stream of DIY shops, furniture shops and carpet shops, and slowly preparing myself for the arrival of our little one in (hopefully!) about 10 weeks’ time. It’s been a blur – I didn’t even manage to get any sleep last night, both because of …read more

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Garlic Harissa Bacon Pasta {Recipe Video}

By Bintu It is not every day that you have a recipe that really focuses on the garlic right? I mean apart from when you are worried about vampires and that sort of thing. But you know since that is rare, then yeah – it ain’t always about the garlic. Well at least for me not until this garlicy harissa bacon pasta.
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Spicy Thai Basil Chicken – My Pad Krapow Gai

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John) I don’t cook Thai food at home often, mostly because there are at least a dozen such restaurants within walking distance, but when I do, there’s nothing I enjoy more than this spicy Thai basil chicken. Thai basil sold separately. No, I didn’t use the real “Holy” basil, but even with regular basil, this simple recipe is spectacular. Aromatic basil is the perfect herb for pairing with the slightly sweet, sort of salty, and possibly spicy, chopped meat.And yes, you really do want to chop, or grind your own chicken. Even if the worst-case scenario I shared in the …read more

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Easy Double Chocolate Easter Bark

By Grace Easter season is nearly over but it’s still the school holidays here so I’m sharing one last Easter treat before it all ends for another year. This recipe is for a simple double chocolate Easter bark, which is a great recipe to help you use up any leftover odds and ends of chocolate after Easter! It’s a lovely easy recipe for kids, so good for a little Easter holiday entertainment if your kids are still off school. If you’ve already well and truly had enough of Easter for this year, do pin or save it ready for next year!

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