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Monthly Archives: March 2014

In my eating and research of European food and obvious availability throughout history it has become clear how much potatoes and Western European diets go hand-in-hand. I say this in part because my German born mother would and could eat potatoes every night for dinner if I hadn’t of whined so much about disliking them. […]

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If you’ve been lucky (or unlucky in health terms) to try a sausage roll then scotch eggs are similar. Except they’re inside out and there’s no pastry, but they taste similar while being rather different. All a little confusing to explain, but I wasn’t sure what to expect when I made these eggs as I […]

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If you moved far away from home, what is the one food you’d miss more than all the others? Your mother’s baking? That brand of candy local to you? That fast food chain where you spent many hours at as a hang out with friends during high school? What would be your kryptonite during bad days […]

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