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beef ragu

January like no other month in the calendar is the one where we all seek comfort and warmth from our food. Short days and slow cooked meals making the perfect the dinner. Which is why it’s rather amusing that this dish is inspired by one my husband and I ate on our honeymoon in Venice…

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thai seasons cafe

Michelle and I had heard good things about the Thai Seasons Cafe in Aberdeen and last week we headed there for lunch to sample the food. The cafe is both a coffee shop serving traditional coffee shop fayre of coffee and cake, however it doubles as a Thai restaurant. We are both avid lovers of Thai food and all…

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corn, salsa, avocado, egg, brunch

As we reach the end of November, all thoughts turn towards Christmas and the holiday that comes with it. We decided there were enough professionals out there to tell you how to roast meat for the main events and provide you with sides, so we decided to focus on our favourite holiday meal – brunch!…

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bacon & egg cups

Our third and final blog post covering our brunch suggestions for the festive holiday, features a recipe that is my fail-safe go to when I’m entertaining large numbers. When making bacon and egg cups I like to line a large muffin tin with slices of streaky bacon or pancetta (this can be done the day before…

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pondicherry pi curried baked eggs

Our second brunch dish of the week was inspired after our recent visit to Piggery Smokery, who kindly sent us home with some very generous samples of their bacon. Looking through the produce there was one bacon that I knew I had to cook, Pondicherry Pi with a hint of Indian spice about it. After…

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mulled pears

During the October break, Michelle and I took our girls to Charleton Farm, just outside Montrose to pick some late fruits and collect some pumpkins. We have never visited before but it is a fantastic space for kids. The day we visited we were blessed with a glorious afternoon of sunshine thanks to our Indian…

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caravan, king’s cross, london

Michelle’s sense of direction can be lacking in times, so when we are away I take control of where we go and how we’ll get there, it works nicely for us. However Sunday morning was different, heading to go get a shower I told Michelle “go find somewhere good for brunch close to King’s Cross”….

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Lost in Food’s Latest Cookbook Supperclub

cookbook supperclub – under the walnut tree

The summer holidays have flown past and all of a sudden our children are back at school for another year and we have some clear head-space to focus on food. Thoughts turn to the blog and our next Cookbook Supperclub. The book circulated around each of us over the summer, this time around we’re cooking from…

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cookbook supperclub – cabana: the cookbook

Last Friday our supper club headed out to Michelle’s house as she was hosting our Brasilian barbecue. When I first had the idea to start these supper clubs I knew I wanted Michelle to host the summer one as I had visions of us cooking outdoors with a big fire going, enjoying an evening outdoors….

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