Why Grow-Your-Own?

Everyone can grow their own food, whether you have access to an allotment or you have a sunny windowsill. Most people have some access to a little land even if only a small plot in their back garden. There’s room for a few fruits and vegetables no matter how small your outdoor space is. Many …

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Teriyaki sauce

Teriyaki Sauce

This recipe is great as a dipping sauce or marinade. Ingredients 5 spring onions roots off and chopped 1 cup Dark Soy Sauce A dash of white wine vinegar – or preferably Sake Whole Root Ginger roughly chopped 2 Seeded Jalapeno Chili peppers Half an Orange 1 cup of White Sugar Also needed Blender Method …

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Egg pasta

Easy Fresh Egg Pasta

Pasta is not something that we make fresh very often, as dried pasta is usually cheap and plentiful in the supermarkets, but fresh pasta is actually really easy to make and it is worth the extra effort every once in a while. Ingredients (Per Person) 100 grams of flour 1 egg Optional Equipment Food Processor …

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tea loaf

Tea Loaf

Make afternoon tea special with this simple, but delicious recipe. Ingredients: 225 grams (approximately 8 oz) of sultanas 225 grams (8 oz) of wholemeal self-raising flour 170 grams (6 oz) of dark brown sugar 1 egg Enough brewed and cooled tea to cover the sultanas. Previous Next Method: Soak the sultanas in the cold tea …

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