Category Archives: Food and drink chatter

Buy local -support your local craft butchers!

All the best cooks and chefs will tell you that the secret to any good recipe is to source and buy the best produce possible. The Hubbard family craft butchers have been supplying us with amazing meat products from local … Continue reading

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8 pieces of kitchen equipment I can’t do without!

I spend a lot of time in my kitchen but, like most people, I don’t have an endless amount of storage and I┬ádon’t like keeping gadgets just for the sake of it. So, what am I willing to give houseroom … Continue reading

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Four easy ways to find more food and drink inspiration!

If you follow the Pigeon Cottage Kitchen blog you’re probably (a) interested in making or eating delicious food or perhaps (b) in some way related to me and I guilt-tripped you into following me! Anyway, I’ve been doing a bit … Continue reading

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The perfect gift – my recipe book “Whats4teaMum?” – now in paperback!

A few years ago, when my daughter Nina was going off to university in London, I started jotting down our tried and tested family favourite recipes so that she could cook up a little bit of home whenever she wanted … Continue reading

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Marvellous Maison Bleue

I love to cook, but I love to eat out too and people often ask me about my favourites. I have many, but if I want to eat out somewhere really special, I’m lucky enough to live in Bury St … Continue reading

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