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The problem with making a large amount of food is that you have leftovers. When you follow a recipe like mine, you have a lot of leftovers. This means that you have to come up with creative ways of making those leftovers so that you aren’t stuck eating the same thing three times a day for a week.
As designation exams loom, I’ve come to appreciate the convenience of one pot stews that you can just set and forget. Leftovers store well and not much is lost in the way of texture or flavour when you reheat things. These types of dishes usually freeze well too. Continue reading
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As promised, here is the first derivative recipe I’m posting from my base pancake recipe found here. The ingredients are much the same with the addition of some chocolate to the pancakes. If you are really itching to get diabetes, I’d suggest taking something like a Mars bar, chopping it up and chucking it into the mix. This recipe is enough to give you a sugar high for an hour or so before you succumb to a food coma. Continue reading
On a cold rainy winter day, nothing hits the spot better than some hearty stew. No need to stick to the ingredients list – feel free to substitute anything you may have in your fridge. A lot of ingredients I know, but the prep time is minimal once you chuck everything in. Here’s a pic of the ingredients I used for this particular dish to give you an idea of portioning. Continue reading
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I lack the knowledge to make a proper pie crust, so here’s my attempt at the next best thing. The filing can be substituted with other fruit of course. This recipe makes six ramekins worth, but can easily be scaled up or down as needed. Continue reading