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Walking with Polar Bears in Arctic Canada

By Karen Burns-Booth

with Churchill Wild and Travel Manitoba Swooping low over the Hudson Bay, with its myriad of watery inlets, kelp tidal shores and shady pockets of stunted pine trees, I saw my first glimpse of Caribou and Polar Bears; the De Havilland Otter “bush” plane that we were flying in, rose and plummeted in the wind, whilst a…

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One-Pan Paprika Chicken with Potatoes and Tomatoes

By Sally Vargas

Paprika Chicken with Potatoes and Tomatoes

One-pan supper? Now you have my attention. I love a dish you can prepare, shove into the oven, and then forget about for a little while. Just remember to set a timer!

This particular one-pan meal starts with tossing chicken and vegetables in an easy sauce while the oven heats, and ends with everyone sitting down to dinner an hour later.

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My cookbook MARBLED, SWIRLED, and LAYERED

By Irvin

Marbled, Swirled, and Layered.

I’ve been working on my first cookbook Marbled, Swirled, and Layered, for the past three years. Here’s a sneak peak of the book that will be released November 1st, 2016!

There is something slightly surreal about physically holding in my hand a copy of the first cookbook I’ve been working on for the past three years. After laboring on the recipes, writing the book and staring at the edits and all the physical print outs and virtual digital files of Marbled, Swirled, and Layered, I feel like you’ve seen it a million times already. BUT I also have never …read more

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Meat Free Mondays - 7 Recipes for the Week Ahead (31 October 2016)

By Jacqueline Meldrum


Happy Halloween!

It may be Halloween and time for all sorts of spooky fun and I hope you have some planned, but we still need to plan our meals for the week ahead and with that in mind I bring you this week’s Meat Free Mondays.

This recipes this week are all perfect for cold autumnal days. They are comforting, filling, easy to make and oh so tasty. Lets start with a recipe for using that pumpkin once you’ve carved it.

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Easy Shepherd’s Pie

By Elise Bauer

Shepherd's Pie

Shepherd’s Pie comes to us from England, and is traditionally made with lamb or mutton. Here in the states we are more of a beef eating culture than a lamb eating one, and when one is served “shepherd’s pie” here, it is most often made with ground beef.

In England (and Australia and New Zealand) they would call the beef dish a “cottage pie” and the lamb dish “shepherd’s pie”.

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Overnight Sage & Sausage Breakfast-Supper Bake

By Karen Burns-Booth

with Debbie & Andrew’s for British Sausage Week Warm greetings from me after a three-week break – for those who follow me on my social media channels, you will know that I have been in Canada, Yorkshire and Germany over the last few weeks, travelling with limited mobile signal and access to reliable WiFi. My…

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Mini cheesy broccoli calzones

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche

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Calzones are always good – pockets of crispy pizza crust stuffed with ooey gooey mozzarella. It’s very hard to go wrong. But whereas a calzone is usually a pretty enormous meal on its own – something that definitely requires a knife and fork – these little mini cheesy broccoli calzones are the perfect hand-held nibble. I guess they’re like an Italian version of a Cornish pasty.

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How to Make Fancy Crackers – Also Know as Crispy Rosemary Sea Salt Flatbreads

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John)

Making your own “fancy” crackers at home is a fairly basic operation, and not only will they be less expensive, but you can customize them anyway you want. Whether those reasons are good enough is for you to decide, but if they are, your efforts will be rewarded… with crackers just as good as the ones from the store.


As I mentioned in the video, there are two types of “crackers;” the crispy, delicate, flaky, biscuit-style; and the flatbread-style we’re making here. These are much more like a fried pita chip, than a saltine, which is perfect for pairing with …read more

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Live Lean Meat Hamper Giveaway

By Caroline Field

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We were delighted to be contacted by Live Lean to review one of their meat boxes and when it arrived late last week we were astounded at the amount of meat we received in our meat hamper. Live lean is the brain child of Paul and Sean who decided to combine their passion for food with their passion for healthy eating to launch what is now a very popular and successful business which distributes only the finest British high quality meat, fish and even superfoods.
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Creamy three bean stew

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche

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As you may have noticed, I’m all about the winter warmers at the moment – and it’s technically not even winter yet! Spicy curries, hearty soups, comforting bakes… anything that means we can avoid turning the heating on until November 1st (which is the arbitrary goal we’ve set ourselves, perhaps stupidly – thank goodness for cosy socks). This creamy three bean soup is another winner.

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Roman-Style Gnocchi – No Potatoes Were Harmed During the Making of This Video

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John)

Gnocchi alla Romana are as delicious, as they are virtually unknown. I feel like I’ve eaten a fair amount of Italian food, and I’ve been to Rome, but it wasn’t until late in life that I discovered these wonderful, baked semolina dumplings.


Above and beyond their exquisite texture, and great taste, I love their versatility. They’re a world-class side dish as is, but can be paired with your favorite pasta sauce, and served as an appetizer, or entrée. Rave reviews should come your way; along with lots of “But, why are these called gnocchi, again?”

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Not Bolognese Sauce

By Irvin

This savory Bolognese LIKE sauce isn't is my go-to favorite pasta sauce. Just don't call it Bolognese sauce. People will get REALLY upset. Photo and recipe by Irvin Lin of Eat the Love.

This savory sauce is one of my go to recipes for when I am craving pasta. Just don’t call it Bolognese sauce. Everyone will get upset with you!

There are something things I try not to talk about on the internet. Abortion. Religion. Politics (definitely no politics, especially in a presidential election year…though if you know me at all, you probably know how I feel about the candidates). Mostly it’s because I live in a bubble where most of the people I am friends with have similar viewpoints to me. Or maybe that’s a falsity created by the algorithms of …read more

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Cosy Pumpkin Spice Latte (caffeine + dairy free) for #virtualpumpkinparty

By Sus Davy

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I know, I know, my last post was a pumpkin recipe. But remember how much I love Autumn, well I figured I would shower you with some more pumpkin love. Things have turned even chillier here in the UK, and the last few days have just been gorgeous. Nothing says Autumn like pumpkin, so when Sara from Cake Over Steak asked me if I’d like to participate in this years #virtualpumpkinparty – she had barely finished her sentence and I had agreed. Along with Sara and myself, a whole army of bloggers are joining in, with so …read more

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