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Food with Emma and Ricky

Banish the post-holiday blues with some Rudolph stroganoff

WELCOME 2009! Here’s hoping it’s a happy and prosperous year for all of you.

Last updated 1 January 2009
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Banish the bland with our turkey chowder

IT MAY seem a little hasty to be thinking about leftovers when we haven’t even had Christmas Day but for us it’s all about planning; if you like the look of our recipe then you still have chance to grab any last-minute ingredients.For the turkey stockChowderYour stock

Last updated 23 December 2008
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Banish the bland with our turkey chowder

Last updated 23 December 2008
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Why Christmas looks just the way it does

“IT’S BEGINNING to look a lot like Christmas.” I’ve had enough of that song already, but it aptly sums up my week: I’ve been getting all Christmassy at long last.

Last updated 18 December 2008
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How to train – it’s such a simple idea but important to get it right

CHRISTMAS is right around the corner and the New Year fast approaches. What better to start the New Year than with an idea of how to train?

Last updated 18 December 2008
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Cumbria’s best value forage crop

WHOLECROP maize and wheat have been highlighted as the best forage crops to grow in Cumbria to reduce feed costs.

Last updated 18 December 2008
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The true allure of the Xmas meal is all the trimmings

SO, THE big day approaches!

Last updated 18 December 2008
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Last updated 11 December 2008
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Why not take the biscuits?

ONE of the most popular questions that we are asked is whether, when eating out or invited to friends, we are fussy eaters. By that, we mean do we criticise other people’s cooking?

Last updated 4 December 2008
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As Jack Frost bites nothing’s better than home-made soup

emma and ricky THIS week we’re talking winter soups.

Last updated 27 November 2008
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Take advantage of the pheasant season

emma and ricky THE pheasant season is upon us (it runs from the start of October until the end of January) so it’s time we took advantage of these lovely birds.

Last updated 20 November 2008
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Just a few ideas to jazz up our typical winter roots

WHILE we freely admit to enjoying all sorts of exotic vegetables which controversially have travelled the dreaded air miles, there’s something about winter that makes us look forward to our very own home-grown varieties.

Last updated 13 November 2008
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Shop honoured as a top deli for cheese

fondewe THERE can be few more fitting places to find an award-winning cheese shop than in a town named after the food.

Last updated 13 November 2008
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Popular selling meat that is low in fat and not too deer

VENISON has been a really popular selling meat at the restaurant.

Last updated 6 November 2008
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Nutritious part of Thanksgiving

THIS week we’re talking sweet potatoes – a joy for all as they are extremely good for you.

Last updated 23 October 2008
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An oven tray bake that’s a crowd pleaser and a cinch

rickyatwork1710 DESPITE working in the food industry and knowing all the tricks of the trade, we do understand what it feels like when you haven’t got the time or inclination to muster up a stunningly complicated meal.

Last updated 16 October 2008
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Treat yourself to crab

emma and ricky THIS week we are talking crab.

Last updated 9 October 2008
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Two offaly good meal ideas

emma and ricky Have all the ingredients ready to go as this should only take two minutes in a hot wok.

Last updated 3 October 2008
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Soups are great – so much result for such little effort

Cornbread+soup AS THE seasons change it’s time we welcomed back our old friends, the root vegetables.

Last updated 25 September 2008
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Polenta and belly pork – a tasty bargain meal but with a difference

LET US introduce you to another bargain meal that is a little different but nevertheless packed with flavour.

Last updated 4 September 2008
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