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Paloma en Escabeche

Escabeche is a method of food preservation, using vinegar (and sometimes citrus juice), invented by the Persians  many centuries ago. Both the Greeks and Romans used vinegar as a preservative, so escabeche might have reached Spain before the the Moorish … Continue reading

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Lamb’s Heart

October 2nd, 2010 Stuffed lamb’s hearts are an extremely cheap and satisfying meal, though you’ll need to buy them from a good butcher because they don’t appear on supermarket shelves. I’ve tried a few recipes which call for a stuffing of … Continue reading

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Pigeon

August 19th, 2010 Pot roasted pigeon recipe: Allow one pigeon per person, a large cast iron casserole will fit about 4 – 6 birds, depending upon the size. Pigeon are classified as vermin in Britain, so you should be able … Continue reading

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