Monthly Archives: May 2014

Review: Charlie Bigham’s new posh Indian ready meals

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Nothing on God’s earth, in my humble opinion, beats a homemade curry made from scratch. The chopping, the grinding, the seasoning, the tempering, the sheer effort that equates to love … Continue reading

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Brazilian Rump Steak Kebabs

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You may have noticed that the World Cup 2014 will soon be upon us. And thus, hours of TV is being dedicated to that faraway land with its exotic climes, … Continue reading

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‘Spice Drops’ Chicken Masala with Chick Peas and Rocket

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Are Spice Drops the next revolution in Indian cooking? Sorry, what’s that you say? What are Spice Drops? Yes, good question. I’d never heard of them either until contacted by … Continue reading

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Grilled Chicken Thighs with Danny’s Satay Sauce

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Oh the joy of somebody who really understands flavour doing all the work for you so you can have a night off. That’s what I’ve got here: this fantastically nutty, … Continue reading

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Rapeseed Chilli Oil Chicken with Rapeseed Mayo Potato Salad

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  Being an altruistic sort, little gives me more pleasure than to plug the wares of small producers – but only if those products cut muster. There’s no point posting … Continue reading

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Italian Chicken Traybake

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This delicious midweek meal is so simple I might get sued under the Trade Descriptions Act for calling it a recipe. All you need is pack of bone-in, skin-on chicken … Continue reading

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Vietnam Pho Bo (Spicy Beef and Noodle Soup)

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Time and effort-wise, Vietnam Pho Bo is not for the faint-hearted. It involves several processes and a lot of ingredients, but the results are well worthwhile: spicy and fragrant from … Continue reading

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