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At last we have the long awaited (by me at least) vegetarian cookbook from Sabrina Ghayour. Bazaar: vibrant vegetarian recipes is pretty much what you’d expect from the title. It’s

The post Aubergine Carrot Couscous – Bazaar Review & Giveaway appeared first on Tin and Thyme.

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Back off Bugs, carrot tops aren’t just for bunnies. This naturally vegan recipe for carrot top pistou produces a vibrant, fresh and zingy condiment that livens up all sorts of

The post Carrot Top Pistou Recipe with Lemon appeared first on Tin and Thyme.

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If you like cinnamon, then snickerdoodles are the biscuits for you. Isn’t the name fabulous? For those not in the know, they’re a popular American classic: buttery balls of dough

The post Spelt Snickerdoodles – Cinnamon Cookies appeared first on Tin and Thyme.

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Sourdough bread has been made for thousands of years. It’s a much easier process than you might think. A rye starter is a particularly good one to have as it’s

The post Rye Sourdough Bread – Variations on a Theme appeared first on Tin and Thyme.

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Spring has arrived with fresh green shoots and an abundance of flowers. Simple, seems suddenly very appealing. This spring lettuce & pea soup with new potatoes is super simple, both

The post Lettuce & Pea Soup with New Potatoes appeared first on Tin and Thyme.

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Do you like the idea of making homemade hot cross buns? I do and sometimes I actually manage it. Yeasted buns need a bit of planning and a fair amount

The post Hot Cross Bun Pancakes for Easter appeared first on Tin and Thyme.

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Bibingka for breakfast anyone? These gluten-free coconut cakes are inspired by a Christmas treat from the Philippines. They’re called bibingka and are really simple to make. They’re both filling and not

The post Gluten-Free Coconut Cakes – Breakfast Bibingka appeared first on Tin and Thyme.

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Yes, carrot jam is a thing. It’s been made in the Middle East since at least the 12th century. In Iran, carrot jam is flavoured with cardamom, rose and sometimes

The post Easy Carrot Jam – A Sweet Persian Condiment appeared first on Tin and Thyme.

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Rock cakes are a traditional British bake and they are one of the easiest to make. Craggy lumps of stiff cake dough are mounded onto a baking tray and bunged

The post Prune Rock Cakes – An Almost Traditional British Bake appeared first on Tin and Thyme.

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This double pear green smoothie bowl is a firm favourite with us. In fact everyone who’s tried it has been impressed and wanted the recipe. It’s rich, filling and delicious.

The post Green Smoothie Bowl with Pear, Avocado & Almonds appeared first on Tin and Thyme.

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