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By Nadia Arumugam |

Curry Spiced Pumpkin And Coconut Soup For A Rainy Day

Following on from Charity’s post on small-space-friendly pumpkins, I had planned to whip up something exciting and adventurous with a perfectly formed and almost-too-cute to eat pie pumpkin I was lucky enough to land. (Full disclosure, I bought it at Dean & DeLuca as I am sadly lacking in home-grown harvest. ) ┬áMost of the [Read more]

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By Nadia Arumugam |

‘Tis The Season For Apples, And We’re Baking…Again

Every now and then when I’m tinkering in the kitchen, all the stars in the culinary constellation align just right. That’s what happened when I baked this French apple tart at a photo shoot (the talented photographer, by the way, was Dan Jones). Admittedly, I had spent close to the best part of an afternoon [Read more]

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Tomatillos, Not just for Salsas: Chile Verde

I’m very excited to have finally found some end of season tomatillos. I’ve never cooked with them before, but have spent many a moment entranced by these exotic creatures with their wispy, paper-like husks. In the past when I’ve been lucky enough to spot them, I just stare and stare at the farmers’ market then, [Read more]

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