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  • Halloumi and roasted vegetable tart

    Halloumi and roasted vegetable tart recipe

    April 29, 2021trevor44

    A very delicious and easy halloumi and roasted vegetable tart that uses a vibrant Belazu tapenade and ready-made puff pastry for the base making this an ideal quick dinner for midweek. I roasted my vegetables for extra flavour, adding the asparagus and halloumi towards the end so that they were cooked to perfection. As ever, there are no rules – go for the flavours you like and use the veggies that are lurking in your fridge that need eating. A tomato sauce base would work just as well with this – as would a cheesy sauce! INGREDIENTS (Serves 4 easily)1…

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  • Two ways with wild garlic – a pesto and a butter

    April 11, 2021trevor44

    Wild garlic is the early herald of summer days ahead, that fragrant green leaf that can be freely foraged in woodlands. For me, wild garlic is always the precursor to asparagus, which is proving to be late this year due to the continuing cold weather! Below are two lovely recipes…

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  • Norfolk Gin iced Norfolk coffee cocktail

    March 29, 2021trevor44

    With the long Easter weekend approaching, and the rule of six back in place, I asked my friends at Norfolk Gin if they could recommend a cocktail for this weekend. Their suggestion was this delicious iced Norfolk coffee designed by Sue Telford from For the Love of Gin. With temperatures…

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  • Goodies Food Hall takeaway review – time for Posh Nosh!

    March 2, 2021trevor44

    I keep seeing posh nosh menus from Goodies on social media and they are tempting. With the Six Nations matches on over the weekend, I decided that it was time to review this takeaway/dine at home treat, leaving me time to enjoy the rugby. And what a treat it was!…

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  • British Pie Week: Butternut squash, mushroom and chestnut filo pie recipe

    February 25, 2021trevor44

    This is my easy vegetarian filo pie recipe for those in a hurry. I love the luxury of a pie, but I don’t always want the heaviness that shortcrust or butter pastry can bring. This pie is perfect for an alternative – layers of crisp filo pastry with a delicious…

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  • Getting dirty with the Dirty Fryer Boys

    February 19, 2021trevor44

    Barely a month ago, Dirty Fryer Boys opened its van doors for the first time for a sell-out evening at Tivetshall Village Hall. “From the word go, there has been so much support and love,” smiles Sally Campion-Jones, one half of Dirty Fryer Boys. Even though we haven’t been running…

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  • Chocolate Bouchart Cake

    January 17, 2021trevor44

    Who doesn’t love a chocolate cake? For me, it is the ultimate celebration cake, a real treat for high days and holidays. And to be fair, it is the ultimate comfort food as well, so let’s face it, chocolate cake is an all-rounder! Inspired by a recipe in Green &…

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  • Reflections on community in 2020

    December 31, 2020trevor44

    It goes without saying that this has been a year like no other. As the last hours of 2020 are ticking by, I am taking a moment to be grateful for all the positives that have happened this year – my interviews with some amazing folk as part of The…

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  • Old Hall Farm roast pheasant with spiced red cabbage and stuffing

    December 11, 2020trevor44

    Game is well and truly in season right now, so I thought it would be a good time to share my recipe for roast pheasant. Pheasant is high in B vitamins and potassium and is a lean meat. It makes a great alternative to turkey for Christmas dinner. I always…

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  • Old Hall Farm Norfolk Saffron creamy rice pudding

    November 28, 2020trevor44

    Old Hall Farm in Woodton isn’t just about their rare breed pork and beef – their raw Jersey cream and milk can be used in many ways and I have made the perfect dish for the change in the weather right now – a rice pudding. I think we all…

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