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What would feed me…Deena?

2 Jul

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This week I bring you a recipe from the wonderful Deena Kakaya, a wonderful cook, who’s been published in several UK magazines, is regularly featured by Great British Chefs, runs cookery courses, appears at food shows, as well as being the mother of a toddler…AND writes a great blog! I’ve bookmarked many of her recipes over the past couple of years, she uses wonderful mixes of spices and ingredients, and I am loving what she’s bringing to my blog today..

So, Deena, what would you feed me?

In the summer months I eat a lot of fresh and plump salad, but not just of the leafy and skimpy types. I like colourful concoctions full of variety and balanced textures, just as this salad recipe today serves.

Padron peppers are a simple and delicate pleasure, they cook within a few minutes and are great with just salt. When the skin…

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