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#321

Much, much better than your cous cous


#322

What is it?


#323

Artichoke & piquillo paella, with spinach, fennel seeds and sherry


#324

Fancy!


#325

Rhubarb crumble (doesn’t look much, smells ace though)


#326

A better attempt at macarons


#327

They look good!


#328


#329

Wassinit please


#330

Couple red peppers, onion, celery, garlic. Fry for a bit.
Red lentils, veg stock and a spoonful of marmite (or just beef stock if you eat meat), and a few chilli flakes
Simmer down until thick. Let it cool for a bit
Stir in a load of coriander, bung it between some puff pastry, egg wash (or not if you’re vegan) oven at 200 for half an hour or so.

Think it’s my most used recipe, proper easy and really nice, and really good cold for lunch


#331

I made Japanese fluffy pancakes


#332

Would eat. What makes then Japanese?


#333

Super easy no bake vegan truffles


#334

You can’t tell from the photo but they’re about 1.5 inches thick. They’re also called soufflé pancakes or fuwa fuwa. I first ate them in Japan and they’re really light and fluffy. I read that they’re traditionally eaten after weddings for good fortune.


#335

Mmmmm this looks well good.


#336

My diet’s going really well! :laughing:


#337

Some gougeres I made


#338


Homemade Big Mac and wedges


#339

Recent bakes included a chocolate banana stout pudding:

And a coffee infused banana bread loaf:

The choco pudding was a roaring success being rather boozy, gooey and indulgent all at the same time whilst with the banana loaf, I was disappointed that the coffee flavour didn’t pack enough punch.