Monthly Archives: July 2011

Courgette Cake

By Alyson Macdonald Despite being fairly mainstream in North America, in this country, courgette cake is like an obscure indie band that nobody else has heard of yet – but that just makes it even more awesome. I made up … Continue reading

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Carrots in spicy tomato sauce

By Manishta Sunnia This is a very simple and tasty dish to make. I usually have it with couscous or rice. Ingredients: Carrots Tinned tomatoes Garlic (finely chopped) Ginger (finely chopped) Chilli (flakes or fresh ones more for flavour. Powdered … Continue reading

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A delicious omelette

…if I do say so myself. Ingredients: eggs milk peppers paprika garlic chilli cheese (optional) chorizo Method:   finely chop the peppers and fry in a large, heavy frying pan with a good glug of olive oil. chop the garlic … Continue reading

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Spaghetti Carbonara

So a carbonara isn’t exactly the most exciting dish for my return to this blog, after failing to post anything for several months it seems—sorry—but after a long day at work, attending anti-cuts meetings and shouting abuse at the news … Continue reading

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Banana Curry

by Manishta Sunnia I was born and raised on an island in the Indian Ocean. Mauritius is relatively well-known and an ex-British colony. The country was not populated until western traders and sailors visited it and migrant cultures began to … Continue reading

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peanut butter, honey and banana sandwiches

This recipe is basically all in the title. But let me tell you about them. After I left school, I got a job as a ‘chugger’. You know, a ‘charity mugger’. I loved it. I could use my cheeky 18 … Continue reading

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