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Omelette with bacon and leeks

9 Apr 2012

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This is a surprisingly hearty omelette that is just as good to make after an evening in the pub as for a sunny lunch in the garden.  Serve with a crisp new-season salad of tomato and cucumber, or a hunk of crusty bread.
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Spiced Lamb Shoulder

3 Apr 2012

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Aromatic spices go wonderfully with lamb, whatever cut you choose.  Using spices instead of herbs is a traditionally English way of adding flavour - so reclaim your heritage and treat the family to something special!
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Rabbit Casserole with Prunes

18 Mar 2012

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Wild rabbit is probably the most sustainable meat you can eat, plus it is cheap and tasty!  Rabbit goes well with a good, rich sauce, and this casserole makes the most its flavours.
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Rhubarb Fool

3 Mar 2012

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Make the most of the new season's delicate rhubarb with a classic rhubarb fool.
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Shin of Beef Stew

18 Feb 2012

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Beef stew is simple and cheap to make.  You can make it as fancy or as simple as your taste dictates.  This recipe uses shin of beef (a cheap, traditional cut) and a good dark bitter beer or stout.
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