I’m digging your lunch. Literally!
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Here’s how to do it
All this spicy chicken recipe calls for is a measuring spoon and a roasting tin. You’ll produce gorgeously golden and succulent chicken that will have everyone licking their lips and asking for the recipe.
The ultimate summer thirst quencher
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Sometimes the simplest things are the best but often we don’t see them as such unless we stand back and inhale deeply. ‘Come ‘round for drinks’ just rolls off the tongue when we invite people over, but as the day approaches, it can strike fear in our hearts, not because the house needs a makeover […]
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Thank god for ovens, for shallow roasting tins, for non-stick baking paper and for vegetables!
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Lucky there’s compost and pea straw!