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How to cook with lamb

This is a sponsored post to help promote the European #LambTryItLoveIt campaign to highlight the benefits of cooking with European lamb. For more recipe inspiration, follow @TryLamb on Facebook and Instagram.  Although I've been cooking with lamb for a number of years, there’s still a lot I don’t know. For example, when it comes to the variety of cuts available, I usually have to give them a quick search on the internet to see…

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Book tip October 2019: Veg by Jamie Oliver

I've gone through an unbelievably unhealthy few weeks lately - as I was moving house (more on that later!) and moved on from working full time to freelancing only and it was just completely hectic times. That shouldn't be an excuse though, especially as I've got my fair share of health issues as it is. But now that everything has settled a bit more I'm more than ever dedicated to…

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Recipe

Walnut & pistachio baklava with almond flakes & orange sugar syrup

Whenever people find out I'm into cooking they usually ask me where my inspiration comes from. And today's recipe for walnut & pistachio baklava is inspired by one of my favourite cooking shows: My Kitchen Rules (Australia). I am OBSESSED with this show, I watch one episode every night and I am dreading the day I run out of episodes. But anyway, the other day someone made baklava and although…

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Recipe

Slow cooked pulled lamb with dips & pomegranate seeds

This is a sponsored post to help promote the European #LambTryItLoveIt campaign to highlight the benefits of cooking with European lamb. For more recipe inspiration, follow @TryLamb on Facebook and Instagram. All opinions, photos and the recipe itself are my own. After my lamb salad from last week, which was very much inspired by Ireland, I'm going to take you on a journey to North-Africa & the Middle-East this week with…

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Recipe

Plum Clafoutis (can be made dairy-free)

A brand new month also means new food that's in season! Irish plums are one of those summer fruits that come into season in August (you can get non-Irish ones earlier of course, but that's not what we're going for here). The season is quite short so you really need to take advantage of it while it lasts as it's only in season for 2 months. There's a large variety…

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