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19 Feb Posted by in Recipes | Comments

Sweet potato and coconut soup with cornbread

Sweet potato and coconut soup with cornbread

After trying this soup, we knew it was one definitely worth making again. I love coconut milk in savoury dishes, and with the addition of sweet potato, I was drawn to the recipe. The title of a Jamaican Stew seemed appealing and new to me as well. I didn’t know how it would end up […]

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17 Feb Posted by in News Story | Comments

Is Food the New Sex? A curious reversal in moralizing

Is Food the New Sex? A curious reversal in moralizing

By Mary Eberstadt A great essay by Mary Eberstadt suggesting a shift in food and sex in the past 50 years, while referencing Kant, Nietzsche. She also speaks a lot about vegetarianism and its movement. Click here to read the essay.

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Braided Bread

Braided Bread

A simple way to take bread-machine bread to the next level. I’m not much of a baker, it’s too specific and fussy for me. Instead, I used the dough mode of the bread maker, and took a basic bread-machine recipe, braided the bread, and baked in the oven. Turns out looking quite fancy, and only […]

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12 Feb Posted by in Ramble | Comments

No More Tears – said the Onion

No More Tears – said the Onion

Scientists in a New Zealand research institute have recently developed a new ‘tear free’ onion, expected to hit the onion market in a decades time. There is a gene in the onion which creates an enzyme that will induce tears. This gene can be ‘switched-off’ by this new technology. They also expect the health and […]

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