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Discussion in 'Cookery' started by miniexpectations, Jul 18, 2011.
That one's just the ticket.
His writing is full of enthusiasm.
His recipe for Northumberland Leek Pudding is fabulous, try it with gammon or sausages, or just on its own. That's how I discovered his blog, I saw him make it on Masterchef and looked for the recipe.
Keep meaning to post about this - it's my friend Milly's blog, that was until recently called Sharmila on Food but has recently been changed to Rice and Pickle. She's a daring lass and much of her food is enthusiastically gathered from many countries and cultures - she travels a lot with work and for pleasure and much of her writing is about experiences and discoveries there, as well as what she's created at home, as well as reporting on the foodie joys of living in that there London. She is happily addicted to Sichuan food which features heavily, as does Indian food, with her family roots being there. Anyway, it's ace and she's ace and here's her blog. It was recently voted in the top 50 food blogs in the Independent. Scour the archives for all sorts of lovely and intriguing stuff
Ooh, I've just had a look at your friend's blog, nick. It makes for wonderful reading!
That's another zingy, energetic blog.
I'd like to try the spinach pie recipe.
A bit of shameless self promotion http://mybiriyaniopus.wordpress.com
Just come across this one, it is quite American, but the visual aspect of it is very good. It is part of a larger blog from what I can see, so updates aren't very frequent, but I thought some might like it.
This one is purely a food one, but also very visual.