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Pink grapefruit granita

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This pink grapefruit granita was the dessert at my Easter lunch.

It’s tart and refreshing, perfect for a hot day. And having added some Cointreau makes it better scoopable as to when not using it.

I wanted to call it sorbet but just before typing the recipe up, I saw the German cook Cornelia Poletto explaining on TV that, when this kind of recipe is made in an icecream maker, it’s called sorbet. When you make it as I did, it’s called granita. So…

But what’s the name? Have a go at this the coming months and you’ll see for yourself how good it is.

Happy cooking!

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Turkey tomato sauce

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I had so much fun making my own turkey burgers a while ago, that I had a go at making my own minced turkey for this tomato sauce.

You can use it with pasta or vegetable dish. I thought it was delicious. Why don’t you have a go at it?

Happy cooking!

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Cinnamony chicken

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I promised you the recipe for chicken using my cinnamon chicken seasoning a few weeks ago.

Well here it is. It’s been tried, tested and approved (even by a fussy eater), so I’m very happy to share it with you and hope you’ll try and like it too.

Happy cooking!

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Celeriac mash

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When I was in England for the AGM of the Johann Strauss Society of Great Britain, of which I am a member, last March, I had celeriac mash at the lunch some friends hosted.

As I am a sucker for mash, I had to try it at home.

Why don’t you have a go at it? It’s delicious. Here’s the recipe.

Happy cooking!

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Celariac leek soup

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This is, probably, the last soup recipe for this winter/spring.

I had my first taste of celeriac when I was in England last March. We had it mixed in mashed potatoes. I liked it very much and decided to make the potatoes at home (recipe to come very soon). But I would need only a little of the celeriac to go with the potatoes and be left with lots of it, so I decided to use the rest in a soup.

I thought the celeriac would be very strong/bitter, so I got some leek to go with it.

This recipe makes a very thick soup, but you could always add more stock or water and stock cubes if you wanted too.

Why don’t you put this recipes with your favourites to try next winter? I hope you will like it.

Happy cooking!

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Salmony egg salad

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No Easter without eggs.

This year was no different. I had a think about having something different and came up with this recipe.

But you can have it all year round. Why don’t you?

Happy cooking!

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Lemony bubbly

Hello Everyone!

What do you get when you mix a top Italian ingredient with a top Spanish one?

In this case: a delicious drink.

Cheers!

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