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A Recipe has no soul, YOU as a the cook must bring soul to the recipe.

Thomas Keller

Week of 30th November

Cornish Pasties
My food delivery arrives on a Tuesday and since I had extra steak left over from making a steak and ale pie I routed through my veg box and found some potatoes, onion and carrots and thought I had roughly they right ingredients to make up some Cornish Pasties.
https://www.hairybikers.com/recipes/view/cornish-pasty

Spaghetti Carbonarra
After ten days of isolation Georgina is finally aloud back to swimming and so Tuesday evening we will be having a quick and easy pasta meal.
https://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/pasta-recipes/easy-carbonara/

Chicken Stir-fry
After a heavy carb start to the week I have planned a chicken stir-fry to up the vegetable anti.

Lentil & Bacon Soup
I love the spicy kick and simplicity of this soup. The autumn days have me hankering for a bowl with large chunks of warm bread.
https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/lentil-bacon-soup

Chicken Tikka Masala
Friday night is Curry Night and so this week I am moving away from my new favorite of curried lamb shanks and going for the good old Chiken Tikka Masala. This recipe suggests a 10 person serving which makes it ideal as I can then freeze the extra and have lunches for my girls to pop into their flasks for school.

https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/chicken-tikka-masala

Sinterklaas Dinner
To support our local restaurants in lockdown this Saturday we have ordered the Sinterklaas Dinner from Enya (a Greek Restaurant which we love)


http://www.restaurantenya.nl/


I feel meal times are a daily gift to myself. When I get to just be with my family.

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