Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea

“There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea.”

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Lamb for Easter Celebration

Lamb for Easter Celebration

A delightful little book “Capon on Cooking” by a rather unusual American Episcopal priest who contributed culinary advice in the New York Times and Newsday magazine, has this to say about Easter...

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The answer's a lemon!

The answer's a lemon!

We always seem to focus on St Valentine’s Day in February which is a delightful celebration of love in every way, but this year we thought we’d look at another February festival just for fun.

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Smoked Fish for Summer Meals

Smoked foods add great variety and interest to our cooking.

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Christmas Favourite

Christmas just wouldn’t be the same without Christmas mincemeat pies. Nowadays ‘mincemeat’ it is a spicy mix of dried fruits and chopped nuts.

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Fish for the Family

ish should be and integral part of everyone’s diet; it’s full of goodness and helps maintain a balanced eating programme.

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Ring the changes with legumes

Particularly towards the end of winter, it's sometimes difficult to vary the menu and, it's common to get fed up with the same old, same old...

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Fill the tins for the family

There’s always someone in a family home looking for something to eat, whether it’s for morning smoko, with the lunchtime cuppa, for afternoon tea or when the kids come home from school hungry…and lots of times in between.

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It's Pie Time

We’ve been familiar with pies since our childhood – Little Jack Horner in his corner pulling a plum out of his Christmas pie.

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The Roast Reigns

As Gail Woodward says in her book review column this month, it’s that time of year for warming and hearty roasts.

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Make the Most of Winter Vegetables

We are so lucky in this country to have a year-round range of fresh-as-fresh vegetables available.

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Kids in the Kitchen

School holidays are almost here again, and up and down the country will be heard the plaintive cry, “What can I do now?

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