Monthly Archives: March 2014

Walthamstow Sunday Farmers Market

Every Sunday we try to get to the Farmers Market. This week was the judging of the Kelmscott School Farmers Market poster competition – we couldn’t agree of course! But it seemed a good chance to wander around with the … Continue reading

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Ham & purple sprouting broccoli spelt tart

I don’t know where I picked up my pastry making skills but it’s something that I’ve always been able to do. It’s a good job really as I was put to the test last year when we were on a … Continue reading

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Clam, chorizo & butter bean Portuguese stew

With early spring daring to peer through the grey days it put me in a rather optimistic culinary mood  – memories of warm summer days came flooding back. A trip to Davies Fishmongers in Bakers Arms, Walthamstow this week resulted … Continue reading

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Exploring the Turkish bazaar – the International Supermarket

Fruit salad anyone? I’m not sure how long the International Supermarket has been in business (about 15 years ago it was an antique’s shop) but it’s a great place to buy bargain priced fruit and vegetables, herbs and spices, olives … Continue reading

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