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Pumpkin Bread

In 2014 I grew some lovely Turk’s Turban squash.  They lasted very well through the winter in our store cupboard.  In fact so well that there was still a large one left when it was about time to start harvesting … Continue reading

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Franken-squash

Last year on the allotment I planted two types of winter squash.  (As far as I can tell summer squash are soft skinned things like courgettes and patty-pan squash, winter squash are hard skinned like pumpkins, butternuts etc.)   The first … Continue reading

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Mezza-loony

Yesterday I broke one of my cardinal rules of cooking.  For everyday meals I try to aim for things that require only ten or fifteen minutes of my time.  That can be ten minutes followed by an hour in the … Continue reading

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