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Campfire Cooking

Isn’t it funny how you always seem so much hungrier when spending time in the great outdoors? There’s something about fresh air that works up an appetite, and the merest whiff of smouldering charcoal gets…
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Remoska on the road

REMOSKA | THE GO-ANYWHERE ONE-POT COOKER Almost 17 years ago, following a tip-off from a customer, we started to sell a simple, Czech-made cooker that no one else had heard of… and what a little…
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Christmas Stollen

Bread or cake? The jury’s still out, but we all agree that this traditional German Christmas bake is simply delicious and you can make it in our Stollen Mould.  Ingredients For the cake 350g strong…
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German Apple Cake

Try something a little different this Christmas with our German Apple Cake recipe made using our 23cm Springform Cake Tin! Ingredients For the cake 75g butter, softened, plus a little extra for greasing  125g caster sugar…
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Beautiful Fresh Bread

You can’t beat the aroma of freshly baked bread, especially when it drifts deliciously upstairs from the kitchen first thing in the morning. So much yummier than processed shop-bought, home-made bread has a superior taste…
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Brazilian Barbecue

Get ready for the 2016 Rio Olympics with our Brazilian inspired reicpes. Start with our recipe for Barbecued Brazilian Shrimp Tacos with Pineapple Salsa and Mango & Lime Dressing What you need; PRAWNS 400g raw king…
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Basil – the can’t-live-without-it herb.

It simply exudes summer! Sprinkle over salads, pizzas, pastas and even summer strawberries (yep, strawberries). Originating from India, today Basil can be found all over the world. Preferring light soil and high temperatures summer is…
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Summer’s Sweetest Gift… Strawberries

When gardens are bursting with these cheery red fruits, it’s a sure sign that summertime has arrived. Nothing beats home-grown – sinking your teeth into a freshly-picked, sun-warmed strawberries is the taste of sunshine. Home-grown…
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The BIG chill

Ices with less guilt and more goodness  Summer just wouldn’t be summer without ice cream, but instead of shop-bought ices packed with sugar, why not try a healthier, more grown-up treat with a twist? There…
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Neil Rankin – Low and Slow

Edinburgh-born Neil Rankin studied physics at Salford University and worked as a Sound Engineer and opened a chain of sandwich bars, before retraining at a Cordon Bleu culinary school at the age of 29. He…
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