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[wpurp-searchable-recipe]Macaroni Peas - - peas (fresh or frozen), small macaroni, butter, garlic (chopped), Parmesan (, hard goat's cheese or other well-flavoured hard cheese, coarsely grated, plus extra to serve), sea salt, freshly ground black pepper, basil (shredded or flat-leaf parsley (to serve)), Put a...

[wpurp-searchable-recipe]Kale and Onion Pizza - - Pizza Dough (Homemade or store bought bases), For the Topping: olive oil (plus a little extra to trickle), onions (halved and thinly sliced), garlic (finely slivered), curly kale (stalks removed), mature cheddar cheese (grated), sea salt, freshly ground...

Fresh herbs are really versatile, not just for garnishing or flavouring food but they can be used for teas, in cosmetics, are said to have medicinal properties, make great companion plants and can also make original, personalised gifts. Cooking with Herbs We all use herbs differently. They...

[wpurp-searchable-recipe]Leek and Roquefort Pizza Bread - - olive oil, garlic (peeled), bird's eye chilli (halved), butter, leeks (halved lengthwise, and then thinly sliced across), Parmesan cheese (freshly grated), Mozzarella cheese (grated), oregano (finely chopped), flat leaf parsley (finely chopped), Roquefort or other blue cheese...

[wpurp-searchable-recipe]Parsley Salad - - flat leaf parsley (separate leaves from stalks), garlic (crushed with a pinch of salt), anchovies (chopped), capers (soaked in water for 20 minutes, then drained and squeezed dry), sun-dried tomatoes (chopped), red onion (chopped), balsamic vinegar, olive oil, sea salt,...

[wpurp-searchable-recipe]Rhubarb Champagne - - water, rhubarb (chopped), sugar, lemon (chopped), white vinegar, Mix all ingredients together in a big pan; Let the mixture stand for 48 hours; Strain and put into bottles with screw top lids; Allow 'champagne' to mature 2 weeks before using;...