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Scallopini (or courgette) Chutney

Posted on: 5th Mar, 2014by frenchie

I like to have a good selection of chutneys in our pantry as I consider they’re essential to any good sandwich. We always have some from Terry Lister who sells at our market every weekend. His wife’s Maharajah Chutney is a favourite. Recently however, with an abundance of vegetables in our garden, I decided to […]

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Chicken & Apricot Tagine

Posted on: 5th Mar, 2014by frenchie

Tagines are really popular in France. This North African cuisine was imported by French colonialists a few decades ago and is now part of the diversity of French food. 
We’ve been asked for our chicken tagine recipe – the one Warwick and Lou cook each week for our tagine evenings. Ingedients (Serving for 3) 6 chicken thighs […]

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Chicken Tagine with CousCous

Posted on: 5th Mar, 2014by frenchie

This is a really easy meal to prepare and is great to serve family or friends. Moroccan cuisine is influential all through France. Ingredients: 2-3 onions thinly sliced 2-3 crushed cloves of garlic Chicken Pieces – I use “Maryland” piece – ie the whole leg and thigh About 500g Peeled potatoes cut into halves or […]

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Marinated BBQ Chicken Wings

Posted on: 13th Feb, 2014by frenchie

If you’re like us you’ll have done plenty of barbecuing over the summer. This is one of our quick and easy favourites and one where it doesn’t matter how much of each ingredient goes into the marinade – hence most of my ingredient list is a bit vague. The marinade works equally well with other […]

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Lemon Honey Saffron Chicken

Lemon, Honey and Saffron Chicken

Posted on: 13th Feb, 2014by frenchie

Wanting to cook something simple but flavoursome for dinner a few days ago, I decided on this Spanish/Moorish inspired dish using chicken pieces I’d bought from Deidre. The chicken needs to be marinated for at least 2 hours but as usual, the longer the better. If you like quite lemony tart flavours, use ½ cup […]

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