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To rediscover real food, regain the habit
of cooking from scratch with locally sourced
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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Welcome, Jo

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April 30, 2014

I’d like to welcome Jo Hopkinson as a new author at Food Adventure. Jo is an old friend of mine, who has followed and encouraged my food writings, but I know has a lot to contribute herself. I started this website a year ago, as I was posting more and more about food to...
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Ideas For Leftover Sausages

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April 28, 2014
Ideas For Leftover Sausages

As someone who BBQs a lot for unpredictable numbers, I am used to using up cooked burgers and bangers. One of the things I like about slow-smoked burgers is that they end up moist enough that they reheat well in a microwave the next day. Anyway, a few decent ideas on how to use...
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Wild Boar and Venison Stew

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April 27, 2014

On the way back from an Easter break in Glasgow, I followed a friend’s advice and stopped off at the M6 Motorway Services at Tebay. These are one of the rare services that are not part of a chain – Tebay Services have a long history, excellent home-style food, and a brilliant farm shop....
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Pulled Pork #1

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April 11, 2014

This is not really intended as a recipe; although feel free to use it that way. This is simply the first of several cooks that I am going to document, so I have something to refer back to. I’ve been cooking pulled pork for a while, and although it is always nice to eat,...
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Coffee Flour

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April 10, 2014

Coffee flour is an interesting new product, which aims to turn a waste product into a nutritious food source. Dan Belliveau, a former director of Starbucks and now inventor, founder and chief executive officer of CF Global, has spent a couple of years developing a use for the coffee berry itself, whose edible flesh...
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