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Duck Confit and Puy Lentils

April 14th, 2011 Duck Confit is a very traditional, French, method of preserving duck (probably dating back hundreds of years). It’s thought that this type of preservation originated in Gascony. The duck legs are first, salted with the addition of … Continue reading

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The Bull and Last

January 6th, 2011 Today I had lunch in the Bull and Last – we were late in getting there, but they were still happy to serve us lunch at 2.50, as long as we ordered promptly. On top of that, … Continue reading

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Roast Potatoes

November 28th, 2010 I had pheasant for dinner yesterday and duck today, so I don’t propose doing much in the way of blog duplicates. However, I’ve just realised that I haven’t done roast potatoes here… Roast Potato recipe: Firstly you … Continue reading

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