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Chipotle, Honey and Sour Orange Salmon (Served with Turmeric Mashed Potatoes)

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I love salmon. My favourite way of eating salmon is raw, as in sashimi. Next it’s a close tie between lox and marinaded before grilling. A couple of days ago we went to the store and found these huge whole salmon fillets. They looked like the fish monger had just prepared them, the colour and […]

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Childhood Friendship Plus Chicken and Green Chile Pies Made with Corn and Oat Flour Pie Crust

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“What is that?” I asked my best friend. She looked at me with a very puzzled look and responded “It’s a pot pie”. As the words came out of her lips so did a look of what planet are you from that you don’t know what this food is. This conversation took place when I […]

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Acorn-Masala Coffee and Acorn Coffee

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This past autumn I shared with you a wonderful new ingredient, (which I discovered because of having to adjust my diet in order to get my hypoglycaemia under control) acorn flour. So not only did I get to make pie crusts and pies with acorn flour, but now I’ve made two different drinks with the […]

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Roasted Poussin (Cornish Hen) with Preserved Lemons, Olives and North African Spices

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Poussin (or coquelet) is the French word for a young chicken, in English they are also know as cornish hens. These birds can either be male or female and are less than 28 days old, as opposed to the 42 days of a regular chicken. The weight should be between 400-450 grams or 14-16 ounces, […]

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Portobello Mushroom and Cubanelle Pepper Tacos: A Vegan Take on a Mexican Favorite

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Everyone loves tacos. Don’t we? These are perhaps the most well know dish of my birth country. Authentic, or not, the variety of fillings put in tacos is huge and amazing. I love that different people around the world will adapt local flavours to their tacos. And why not, a corn tortilla is the perfect […]

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Beef, Broccoli and Kimchi

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Kimchi is a crunchy, spicy, tangy, fermented cabbage and vegetable mix that comes from Korea. It is one of my most favorite things in the world, and something I could sit and eat a whole container of all by myself and not feel ashamed of it. Seriously, kimchi is that freaking good! You can eat […]

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Spicy, Garlicky and Lemony Broccoli and Tonguespank Spice Co.

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As promised, here is the recipe for the broccoli pictured in the red Thai rice article. This simple stir-fried vegetable is great alongside rice, noodles or as a side dish to any meat dish. It has spicy, garlicky and lemony tones that both compliment and bring out the natural broccoli flavours. Trust me, it tastes […]

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