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By Lauredhel on July 16, 2014
I received a cheesemaking kit for Xmas. Having made feta a couple of times, I decided to branch out and try haloumi. People were interested on twitter, so here it is: the process of making haloumi from scratch. Well, from milk. If you have a dairy goat or cow, more power to you: you can […]
By mimbles on December 14, 2012
My 11 year old and I were discussing recently what we might give to his teacher for a Christmas/end of year gift this year. Mr M is a lovely young bloke and this has been his first year of full time teaching, so I figure he’s likely to enjoy getting individual gifts from the kids […]
By Mary on August 11, 2012
Warming bellies with cream of mushroom soup, slow cooked meat, apple crumble and other noms. What are you cooking this winter?
By tigtog on June 5, 2011
I’ve been cooking a lot of soups and stews lately, plus even more roasts than usual. What’s everybody else found specially nommish while it’s cold?
If you’ve already blogged some recipes, please do link!
By tigtog on May 28, 2006
This soup has much the same base as a Laksa, but not so much coconut cream. I tend to use low fat versions of the coconut and chicken stock, but that’s an option. Fresh Asian vegetables can be used instead of tinned, or one could use tinned Asian mushrooms instead of fresh. This really is […]