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Belgium is a small country lying next to the North Sea and sandwich between France, Luxembourg, Germany and Holland and is renowned for it’s love of fries, beer and chocolate. It’s a progressive country with a charm that isn’t lost when visiting. This week’s attacks rocked this small nation so my original plans for my […]

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So I could be all coy and say how the Irish Soda Bread is something that is easily found on it’s shores. But I’m not cap.a.ble. Simply not capable. You see, the first slice of this stuff will have you waving your waiter at that pub you’re in, while it’s probably raining outside and you […]

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Toad in a Hole or Toad in the Hole (unsure of which is correct) is one of the great British classics that is made for the heavy gray days found hovering over its shores, especially at this time of year. Today’s recipe is from Jamie Oliver and he added rosemary which makes this only fuller […]

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So here it is, the last month of the year which means everyone is festive or riding along the tendrils of everyone else’s festive mood. Personally I don’t celebrate Christmas, but the amount of foreign food specifically only consumed at this time of year is quite staggering. It seems that Christmas brings out special recipes […]

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