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Pork shoulder souvlaki with red onion relish

Pork shoulder souvlaki with red onion relish

I must confess, I quite like to have a kebab from time to time. I know it is not healthy, junk food etc. Don’t judge me, man got to have his weaknesses. It is my guilty pleasure, almost a tradition to have one after a night out. However, my kebab days are pretty much over. Since I am now a responsible parent, going out for a night of drinking is rather impossible. Having a decent sleep seems much more appealing…

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Sourdough waffles

Sourdough waffles

I will continue with the quick breakfast theme. Waffles for me is another idea of a quick, no fuss breakfast best suited for busy mornings. This is because I cook my waffles in advance and freeze them. Then I all have to do in the morning in is simply put them in the toaster straights from the freezer. This make them deliciously warm, crispy on the outside and fluffy in the middle. Just add handful of berries and a drizzle…

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Overnight porridge (no cooking)

Overnight porridge (no cooking)

I am back! It has been a long break dictated by numerous personal commitments but finally I found some time to publish a new recipe. Winter is nearly upon us. I don’t know how about you but I hate getting up early in the morning when it is cold and still dark outside. On days when I have to go to work I prefer to stay in bed as long as possible. This means I need breakfast that is quick…

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Ox cheeks in red wine

Ox cheeks in red wine

As Ned Stark used to say (when he still had head on his shoulders) “the winter is coming”. Shorter days and colder weather is a perfect time to cook all kind of casseroles and stews. Hearty, warming and full of flavour, these kind of dishes are just ideal for the long, cold evenings. Several months ago I published a post about beef steaks. As prime cuts steaks often take the limelight. Whilst I love steaks, I am also a big…

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Sourdough pita bread

Sourdough pita bread

I am a massive fan of sourdough baking and published probably at least half a dozen sourdough related recipes already. One of my first sourdough related recipes was about creating your own sourdough starter also known as mother. My current starters are now about 2 years old and in order to keep them active and healthy I need to feed them regularly. Unless you bake a lot of bread this would normally require discarding part of the starter and feeding it…

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