The recipe that defines me: Deborah McKinlay

Deborah McKinlay’s new novel That Part Was True is the story of two people who have never met, but fall for each other through letters and a mutual love of food. Here, Deborah tells us about the recipe that means the most to her.

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March 7th 2014  |  1 comment

Edible flower salad

Spring has Sprung! Cooking with flowers

Alice

At BBoBC thoughts of Spring inevitably lead to recipes, so here are couple that use edible flowers, in the hope we can use them soon!

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That Part Was True by Deborah McKinlay

Which recipe defines you?

Inspired by new novel That Part Was True, we want to here about the recipe that defines you. Our favourite will win a pile of beautiful cookbooks!

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March 7th 2014  |  Comments (15)  |  More:

What have you given up for Lent?

Julia

Lent is a great time to pledge to do something to benefit your health and we have some great healthy recipes to try

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March 6th 2014  |  Comments are off for this post

Celebrate St Piran’s Day with our pasty recipe

Alice

This post called also be called: "Any excuse for a pasty recipe". Today is St Piran's Day; St Piran being the patron saint of Cornwall. And what better way to celebrate with than with a pasty recipe from the Hairy Bikers?

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March 5th 2014  |  Comments are off for this post  |  More: ,

Nina at the Dairy

Nina Parker’s publication diary: Life outside writing a cookbook

Nina Parker

Most first-time authors are having to pay the bills as well as working on their books. Nina Parker shares what she gets up to outside of creating Nina St Tropez.

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February 26th 2014  |  Comments are off for this post  |  More:

Outlaw's at the Capital

Outlaw’s at the Capital: Review

Alex

Alex, taking his first step into Michelin-starred cuisine, reviews Outlaw's at the Capital. Did he enjoy it? And, more importantly, how many fish puns could he fit into his review?

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February 25th 2014  |  Comments are off for this post  |  More:

Sticks ‘n’ Sushi Covent Garden: Review

Hannah

One of the most successful restaurant groups in Denmark, Sticks N Sushi opened their second London restaurant in Covent Garden. We went along to take a closer look.

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February 21st 2014  |  Comments are off for this post  |  More:

Rhubard fool

What’s in season? Recipes for February

Julia

February has arrived to banish the gloom and blues of January. Spring is (almost) in the air and there are some fantastic ingredients in season now, so why not try out one of these tempting recipes?

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February 20th 2014  |  Comments are off for this post  |  More:

Freeze chicken and tarragon

Our favourite chicken recipes

Alice

Chicken recipes are some of the most popular in our archive so we've collected a few of our favourites together...we guarantee they're all egg-cellent (sorry).

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February 19th 2014  |  Comments are off for this post  |  More:

Deep Filled lasagna

Half-term cheats

It's half-term once again, but don't start pulling your hair out just yet. We have some great suggestions for easy family meals plus recipes that are simple for little hands and make perfect rainy-day entertainment.

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February 18th 2014  |  Comments are off for this post

Saturday Kitchen Experience with Chef Ching-He Huang

Anna

We sent Anna from The Best Sunday Lunch blog to have a Saturday Kitchen Experienceon on condition she shared what went on with us. Most importantly, how did she do in the omelette challenge?!

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February 15th 2014  |  Comments are off for this post  |  More: