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Boursin-stuffed chicken wrapped in Bacon

Boursin-stuffed chicken wrapped in Bacon

  We eat a lot of chicken in our house and sometimes I get a little bored with my regular recipes. The Boursin chicken recipe I’m going to share below was cooked up by my good friend Lozza and it has been mentioned so many times in my circle of friends that it has turned into […]

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Indian food for beginners: the Biryani n...

Indian food for beginners: the Biryani night

  It’s been a while since I last posted about my Indian food experiments, mostly because we haven’t hosted a curry night since moving. This one was very much a spur of the moment; apparently I’m an impulsive cook, in as much as I try to make the most of my ‘I really fancy cooking’ […]

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Indian Food For Beginners: October Butte...

Indian Food For Beginners: October Butter Chicken Night

  For his 40th birthday, my gift to Badgerman was to host a Curry Night for four, once a month for the next 6 months, cooking everything from scratch using the recipes and fresh spices provided by The Spicery. As I am a complete novice at making Indian food and generally using spices, this was definitely […]

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Indian Food For Beginners: September Tan...

Indian Food For Beginners: September Tandoori Night

  For his 40th birthday, my gift to Badgerman was to host a Curry Night for four, once a month for the next 6 months, cooking everything from scratch using the recipes and fresh spices provided by The Spicery. As I am a complete novice at making Indian food and generally using spices, this was definitely […]

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A most versatile chicken stew recipe

A most versatile chicken stew recipe

I’ve been meaning to post this recipe for a while, as it is one of my go-to, most used method for making chicken stew. It is my own take on a Chicken Forestière, which is just a fancy French term for chicken and mushroom stew. The cunning thing with the cooking is that once you know […]

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