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Farinata

I’ve been looking for some rye flour to go with the strong wholemeal flour in my cupboard for several weeks, in order to make a sourdough starter. However, as you know, there is an acute shortage of flour on the … Continue reading

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Rabbit en Confit

The word confit comes from the French verb confire, to preserve, which in turn is from the Latin conficere, to complete, do, finish, make or prepare. Most foods can be preserved as a confit by cooking at a low temperature … Continue reading

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Pickled Chillies

I went to see a friend on Monday who was picking the last of her summer vegetables – chilli peppers, capsicum peppers and green tomatoes. I came home with a handful of small green and red chillies, which look to … Continue reading

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Pork Belly

September 8th, 2010 Pork Belly is the stomach of a pig and is generally used to make bacon (the Chinese and Koreans use it for other recipes). Pork belly is also very good when oven roasted or barbecued, the fat … Continue reading

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