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brassica combo

Brassica Combo

My brassica combo is such a simple to make, stand out dish it is a shame we don’t highlight vegetables more in our meals. The average meat-eater either ignores them entirely or treats them as an add-on to a meat dish, usually for colour or in a token adherence to the notion of a balanced…

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baked eggplant with yoghurt and pommegranate

Baked Eggplant with Yoghurt

If you love the creamy texture of eggplant in a baba ghanoush, this is a delightful way to enjoy that creaminess but with the uplifting tang of yoghurt and pomegranate. With the pomegranate it looks lovely. If you wanted to serve several as part of a buffet dinner you could scoop out the baked eggplant…

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gilled vegetables-open sandwich

Mediterranean Lunchtime Sandwich

Lunch can often be the most difficult meal to deal with. Either you are bored to death with the offerings around your place of work or healthy but tasty options are not available. Maybe you are spending way too much money for lunches but when you make your own sandwiches they are a bit dull….

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skinning tomatoes

Skinning Tomatoes Made Easy

A lot of recipes for tomato sugo involve skinning them first. I find the best way to do this quickly and efficiently is to pour boiling water over them, leave for 1 minute, drain and then cut the tomato in half. You can then easily pinch off the skins and when cool enough to handle,…

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