Tag Archives: red wine vinegar

Braised chorizo sausages and vegetables in harissa sauce

This is one of those super-easy to make one-pot suppers that takes very little time to prepare, cooks in about an hour in the oven, and tastes totally delicious. I buy my chorizo sausages from my butcher, David Hubbard, although … Continue reading

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Easter bunny carrot salads!

There are any number of ways to make a big bowl of juicy grated carrots into a brilliant salad simply by adjusting the combination of oil and vinegar or lemon juice based dressings, or by adding in chopped herbs, a … Continue reading

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Lamb stew with aubergines and mint

Long before any of the current hipster chefs started promoting the delights of Middle Eastern food, there was Claudia Roden. She was the Cairo-born writer who, many years ago, introduced me and countless others to making wonderfully authentic Turkish, Persian, … Continue reading

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Moorish fish stew

This is quite possibly my favourite fish stew at any time of the year. It’s light yet filling, attractive and colourful with the red of the peppers and the rosy pink flesh of the prawns; ┬áthe cumin, paprika, coriander and … Continue reading

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Rich tomato pearled spelt salad

I’ve recently discovered the whole Sharpham Park range of organic spelt products. The flour makes fantastic bread and their whole grain pearled spelt is excellent for soups, ‘speltottos’ and my rich tomato salad. A cross between Emmer wheat and Goats … Continue reading

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