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Baked eggs, potatoes, roasted peppers, onions & goats’ cheese

Baking eggs like this is one of my favourite ways of using up left overs. Take whatever is knocking about in your fridge that may work well together, heat it up for a bit in the oven, then crack an egg or two on top, pop it back in the oven to cook the eggs, […]

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“Meikle Logie” Lamb for Easter

During springtime, we get a great load of excellent lamb from our local farmers and friends John Bryce and his son Laurence. The lamb has normally been reared in the field in front of us, to the left of us or a mile up the road from our house “Meikle Logie”, hence the title of […]

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Slow-cooked lamb with pomegranates & honey

Easy, but rich and exotic, a real feast for a long lazy weekend lunch or dinner. The lamb should be very soft, almost falling apart, but cooking time varies depending on the time of year, so start checking it after four hours. Serves 6 For the lamb 2kg (4lb 8oz) bone-in shoulder of lamb 9 […]

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Roasted Duck with Prunes, Baked Apples and Gravy

If you’re looking for something a bit different this winter, look no further than Claus Meyer’s recipe for Roasted Duck with Prunes, Baked Apples and Gravy. Enjoy beautifully crispy skin and rich hearty flavours in half the time it takes to roast a turkey. SERVES 6 1 duck, about 3–3.5kg sea salt flakes 1kg apples, […]

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