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BBQ chicken salad

BBQ Chicken Salad

You know what I did the other day? I jumped on the scales….. This isn’t something I do often, I’m not one of those kind of girls. I like my food too much to start messing around with calories and portion…
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Hungarian beef goulash

Hungarian beef goulash

A goulash is a rich wholesome stew – consisting of slow cooked meat in a thick tomato sauce, which is often creamy and spiced with paprika. Proper stick-to-the-ribs comfort food. Goulash traditionally comes from Hungary but many other european countries have their own…
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Chicken in a creamy tarragon sauce

Creamy tarragon chicken

Chicken, mushroom and tarragon are just three flavours that work perfectly together. Try as you might, if you stick to this classic flavour combo, you can’t really go wrong. This is an ideal starter dish if you aren’t all that…
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Steak, mushroom and Guinness pie

Steak, mushroom and guinness pie

On a cosy night in on a cold blustery night, there is nothing more comforting and satisfying than a huge plate of rich and tasty steak pie, accompanied by heaps of creamy mash to mop up all of the lovely…
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Sticky pork belly

Sticky pork belly

I’m going to warn you now – this stuff is dangerous! One forkful and you’re done for. Forget the thigh gap and the banishing of your love handles – those babies are staying put for the time being… Words don’t…
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Loaded sweet potato skins

Sweet potato skins

This past wee while, I’ve been stuck in a bit of a rut when it comes to work lunches. More often than not I settle for an uninspiring and let’s be honest, pretty unhealthy sandwich. Either that or, dread the…
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Bacon and egg potato salad

This was good! Not just good, but goooood! Admittedly, your average potato salad doesn’t tend to set your world on fire. They are often just a kind of gloopy, mayonnaise carb-fest that doesn’t really have much taste at all. Fortunately,…
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Bacon and blue cheese pasta

Bacon and blue cheese pasta

Christmas seems like a dirty word so far into February. What business do I have mentioning such an event? None really, other than to show off the remnants of a gift we both received on the aforementioned day. You see,…
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Czech beer cheese

Czech beer cheese

Me and the boy recently got back from a wee trip to Prague. It was a belated Christmas present to each other, and it most definitely didn’t disappoint. Prague was an absolutely stunning city – full of quaint cobbled streets…
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Mozzarella stuffed meatballs

Mozzarella stuffed meatballs

Today is a rather special day. Exactly one year ago today I started up The Glasgow Scullery on a whim. Admittedly, I get easily bored with new projects and at best, I thought I would keep it up for a…
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Beef Bourguignon

Beef Bourguignon

I remember making Julia Child’s recipe for Beef Bourguignon a couple of years ago. It was absolutely divine but truth be told, it was a wee bitty too consuming and pernickety for my liking. It took the best part of…
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Scotch broth

Scotch broth

Scotch broth is a wonderfully filling soup that has been enjoyed here in Scotland for centuries. Each family will have their own variation of the recipe, some using beef instead of lamb, using all manner of root vegetables and grains….
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Maple Dijon Chicken

Maple Dijon Chicken

This might just be one of the easiest chicken dishes you ever make, not to mention one of the tastiest. The delicious sauce hints at complex ingredients, layer upon layer of flavour, subtle sweetness and spice….. If you’re serving this…
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