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why put egg in ricotta cheese in lasagne
Cooking Tips
1st July 2021

Why Put Egg In Ricotta Cheese In Lasagne?

A vegetarian lasagne is a wonderful thing to behold - and to eat! But sometimes they can seem to lack a little something to jazz them up a bit. Adding an egg into ricotta cheese to place into your lasagne can give it a real extra kick of deliciousness. Egg…
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can you bake pizza on cardboard
Cooking Tips
30th June 2021

Can You Bake Pizza On Cardboard?

There are rumours that you can cook an egg on the hottest part of a car’s engine (though your probably wouldn’t want to eat it afterwards!) or that you can cook baked potatoes in the embers of a dying fire. But can you bake pizza on cardboard? Well, yes and…
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how long does a himalayan salt block last
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29th June 2021

How Long Does A Himalayan Salt Block Last?

A Himalayan salt block has a lot of uses in today’s world. Some people use them as decorative ornaments; others as a place to put a tea light and enjoy the health benefits this affords. Still more use Himalayan salt in the kitchen; it can even be used to cook…
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how to keep parmesan cheese from molding
Cooking Tips
28th June 2021

How To Keep Parmesan Cheese From Molding?

Parmesan cheese is a great addition to any kitchen. It adds a depth of flavor to any recipe that calls for it, and the texture of a sauce can be improved hugely by its presence. Parmesan is a relatively expensive cheese, and so not one that you want to have…
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why does my bread smell like alcohol
Cooking Tips
25th June 2021

Why Does My Bread Smell Like Alcohol?

Making your own bread is the best, isn’t it? Many of us have rediscovered this essential skill during the recent lockdowns, but some of us may have experienced some common, easily solvable problems. Home made bread, like shop bought bread, follows the same process and combinations of ingredients - therefore,…
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how to cook haggis in a microwave
Cooking Tips
11th March 2021

How To Cook Haggis In A Microwave

Haggis is a traditional Scottish dish, consisting of different types of offal (heart, liver and lungs) mixed up with oatmeal, onions, suet and spices, and usually cooked stuffed into a sheep’s stomach (these days an artificial casing is more often used). There are many different ways of cooking and serving…
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how to cook large flat mushrooms for breakfast
Cooking Tips
10th March 2021

How To Cook Large Flat Mushrooms For Breakfast

Mushrooms are a great breakfast food. Easy to cook, delicious, and packed with health giving nutrients and vitamins, plus they go really well with all the other types of “traditional” breakfast foods. But how to cook large flat mushrooms for breakfast? If you have spent your life eating button mushrooms…
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how to cook asparagus wrapped in parma ham
Cooking Tips
9th March 2021

How To Cook Asparagus Wrapped In Parma Ham

Ahh, asparagus - the taste of summer! It is a delicate vegetable; tricky to grow, and undoubtedly delicious. It is a very versatile vegetable - you can add it to any number of dishes - but one of the nicest ways to eat it is by itself, or wrapped in…
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how to cook quorn chicken pieces without sauce
Cooking Tips
8th March 2021

How To Cook Quorn Chicken Pieces Without Sauce

If you are a lifelong vegetarian, or if you have just converted to non meat based protein, or if you just want to substitute a few of your mid week meat dishes for vegetarian alternatives, this post is for you. So often Quorn pieces are just thrown in the microwave…
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how to cook lamb heart on its own
Cooking Tips
7th March 2021

How To Cook Lamb Heart On Its Own

You might have never eaten lamb’s heart. You might already be an afficionado, or you might recoil at the thought of eating offal. Whichever camp you sit in, let’s learn about how to cook lamb heart on its own! How To Cook Lamb Heart On Its Own Lamb’s heart has…
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