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As The Romans Do Cookbook Review

As The Romans Do Cookbook Review

Italian food is one of the most recognised cuisines in the word: pasta, pizza and gelato are all associated with this culturally rich country. There has been a number of cookery books that have focused on regional Italian cooking, with a few also specialising in the cuisine of Rome. I am always intrigued with regional cooking and having been to Rome myself (I didn\’t have a great culinary experience) , I wanted to know more about the eternal city. Eleanora…

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Body Chief Review

Body Chief Review

I\’m back on the blogging game after my laptop has finally gone to laptop heaven (after 9.5 years) and I have a number of posts to share with you. First up is a review of┬áBody Chief┬ámeal prepping company. Covering Birmingham, Coventry and Rugby this company is one of the leading meal prep companies in the West Midlands. Body Chief allows you to chose a diet either the Standard Diet, Sports Diet, Vegetarian Diet, a Veggie and Fish Diet or a…

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Persian Salad of Tomato, Pomegranate and Cucumber

Persian Salad of Tomato, Pomegranate and Cucumber

Not exactly seasonal, but my local food market sells all sorts of fruits and vegetables even during the Winter months. This salad screams Summer to me, but I thoroughly enjoyed it a couple weeks back. So much so, that I\’ve eaten it a couple of times this month alone. The juicy and plump tomatoes combined with the sweet pomegranate and the refreshing cucumber. The recipe hails from my favourite Salad cookbook (yes, I have a few), A Salad For A…

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100 Best Jewish Recipes Review and Giveaway

100 Best Jewish Recipes Review and Giveaway

What\’s Jewish cooking? I had no idea, I heard that bagels were Jewish, but that\’s about it. The UK has a large Jewish community in the UK (the second largest in Europe) but yet this cuisine is something new to me. If I had to sum up what I consider Jewish cuisine to be, I would state that the cuisine is diverse, with influences from the Middle East and Europe. In fact, in 100 Best Jewish Recipes: Modern Classics, From…

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