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Morcilla and chocolate rabbit with a fluffy mash tail

This is a recipe which perfectly chimes with the Easter theme for me –  a chocolate rabbit –  although I actually cooked this in November last year. I found the recipe online when I was trying to pair up rabbit and morcilla (Spanish black pudding) after I found I was in possession of both elements. […]

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Feijoada – the ultimate pork and pulses dish?

Ah, Feijoada: the national dish of Brazil, straddling the culinary and cultural tectonic plate boundaries of Africa, Europe and South America. Possibly the stoutest meal you’re likely to encounter, and enough to give any vegetarian a dose of the cold shivers. Feijoada marries the southern European / Romance tradition of slow-cooked pork cuts and beans, […]

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Cracking stuff: in praise of the duck egg…

So that moveable feast, Easter, is well and truly behind us for another twelve months or so. It’s a time of the year which is synonymous with eggs – as a symbol of life, of change, as a treat or gift, and as the rebirth inherent during spring. Our modern Easter is a convenient, contradictory and […]

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Northern Stars supper club. Pt.3: blood, guts & prime cuts

(This is the third article on our Northern Stars supper club… here’s parts one and two ) Oh, you are offal… Over the last few years Miss South and I have tried many things in our ongoing voyage of discovery for good food, sometimes confronting long-held prejudices in a quest for enjoyment and understanding. Offal, […]

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Tapas to light up your life: El Gato Negro at Guestrant

Hoary old blues crooners and popular folklore alike state it’s bad luck when a black cat crosses your path. I don’t know if this adage holds firm in Spanish, but after a night of superb tapas from El Gato Negro’s Simon Shaw, I’m prepared to guess not. Lady luck and her helpers in the kitchen […]