Salted caramel brownies

Salt and sweet is a little bit like Kate and Wills; one of the great love stories of our time.  Add that to brownies and you’ve got yourself something there’s no going back from. I went through 2 batches of brownies (the sacrifices I make…) to get a perfect recipe for you guys and I promise, if the husband can…
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Doi maach

I’ve been eating a lot of fish this last couple of weeks because it’s so low in fat and so good for you.  This is one of my favourite recipes because it really tastes like it’s bad for you when it’s not.  Win. Warning – watch your chillies and chilli powder.  If you’re not a fan of hot dishes then…
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Red lentil coconut soup

She put the lime in the coconut, she drank ‘em both up… Had to give this soup a go because it uses a lot of my favourite ingredients (and because there’s only so much M&S soup a good wife can realistically serve up).  It’s tasty and filling and good for you. Red lentil coconut  soup 2 cups red split lentils…
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Strictly

The Halloween theme in the studio yesterday was Strictly Come Dancing.  Strictly speaking there was no dancing.  But plenty of sequins.  Too many?  Never.  Strictly speaking Carrie’s mermaid costume did not follow the guidelines but hours of wondrous DIY skills snagged the prized floating eyeball trophy.  Strictly speaking our lunch was not entirely unhealthy…  I made those teeth from apples,…
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Coconut banana bread

When bananas go to the wrong side of the bowl and ask the other fruit to kindly give them a wee hand out… that’s when you need to catch them. When they’re embarrassing. Coconut banana bread 1/2 cup* vegetable oil 1 cup granulated sugar 2 eggs 1 tsp vanilla extract 2 1/2 cups self rising flour 1 1/2 teaspoons baking…
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