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Filling, fulfilling chicken soup

Good soup is high quality nutrition in a rush. Since most of the goodies are in solution they get to work exceptionally fast. That’s why all international cuisines feature soups, from Italian Minestrone to Vietnamese Pho Bo.
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How to season raw meat

Like all recent converts, I am a fanatic to the cause. And the cause, my brothers, is the dry rub. This is a rough ’n tough application of seasoning to raw meat. Until recently, my only previous experience of a dry rub was cajun-style blackened fish. And, as we say down in the Durban mangrove swamps, fish ain’t meat.
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Three quick soups: green, white & red

There are times, usually when the night is dark, the wind howling and the rain beating on the windows, when all you want out of life is a bowl of hot, steaming soup. Yet when it’s lunchtime and the sun is shining gloriously in a cloudless sky, what could be better than a trio of delicious chilled soups?
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A French casserole for winter dining

The English cook stews. The French design casseroles. Give this lamb and haricot bean combination your best shot. Your guests will love you for it.
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Israeli baked eggs with lamb kidneys in brandy

Some Israeli friends recently dropped by just long enough to cook me a breakfast of shakshuka. This rewarding dish consists of eggs baked on a bed of spiced tomatoes. Add lamb kidneys and you have a delicious, quick-to-prepare Sunday brunch.
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How to make home-made pasta

Completing a rapid review of my past pasta recipes for this page has revealed that nearly all of the recipes entailed sauces for store-bought pasta. While these products, both local and imported, are very good, something deep inside told me that maybe, just maybe, making the stuff at home was the shining path to pasta truth.
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Beef Stew

Stews are perfect for a chilly winter's evening. Here's a recipe for a delicious hearty beef stew.
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Chicken in white wine with cream and mushrooms

This classic one-pot family meal owes much of its ongoing popularity to an amiable relationship with mushrooms. These fabulous fungi contribute to the feast with their delicious flavour as well as their appearance.
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Cajun fish

Cajun cooking is a mixture of smokin’ and grillin’. Like Cajun music, it’s both familiar and unfamiliar. While this recipe works well with alligator or any local giant water-living reptile species, some frozen hake fillet is really all you need to hunt for.
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Chicken with harissa

Chicken pieces are ideal in the hurried kitchens of working people. Here’s a quickish dinner for three or four people complete with potatoes and a revved-up sauce. All in one roasting pan…
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