Potato Wedges

A recipe by Ian Dixon

Potato Wedges are readily available from the freezer in many stores but they are really easy to make and they will cook in the same amount of time that the frozen ones take. Add in some garlic cloves and rosemary as they roast for additional flavour. The exact flavouring can…

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Cauliflower Cheese

Cauliflower Cheese is both a meal in its own right and a great vegetable accompaniment to many other dishes. The preparation method varies a little depending on how it is to be served but only a little Ingredients 1 large Cauliflower 2 Tablespoons butter 2 Tablespoons all-purpose flour/plain flour 1…

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Roast Tomatoes

Roast Tomatoes recipe is extremely good when you have a garden that is overrun with tomatoes… of any kind.  It is simple, smells great and tastes even better!

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Chunky British Chips

A recipe by Ian Dixon

I mourn the decline of British Chips because I am convinced they were so much better back in my childhood. Memories of walking on a windswept sea front snacking on a bag of hot and crunchy chips come flooding back. Yet the modern variety seem a pale imitation. Frequently thin…

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Mushy Peas

Mushy Peas

Mushy Peas are a very traditional food here in the UK. Readily available in either canned form or from chip shops. They are also very easy to make. It does take time but very little effort. Quantity should serve 4 when used to accompany fish n chips or 2 when…

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Suet Dumplings

A recipe by Ian Dixon

Dumplings are a great addition to any stew or casserole. They are a very filling addition to dishes such as beef or chicken stew. Vegetarian Suet is also available which so even those who choose not to eat meat can enjoy suet dumplings. Now there are two different ways to…

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