Raspberry Roulade

Lesley Holdship - Home Economist, Food Stylist & Recipe Writer

edible gifts

Thu, Nov 11 2010
I really can't have been more lucky this year. Whilst our country trickles along in a recession I have been so busy with work I don't know what to do with myself! But as we move on towards Christmas I really want to get more organised and keep a little time for myself as one of my favourite gifts to give to the people i love is, of course, food. Not only does making the gift make you feel good if you
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Come rain or shine

Wed, Aug 11 2010
There is nothing like a barbecue really, and I know I have harped on a few times about them but they are always different, easy and sociable. We have spent the last week in Cornwall staying with my Dad. The weather has been rubbish and I have not been too much on the healthy side, but we did manage to get to the beach for a barbecue. And a swim! Homemade burgers, good sausages, big beef tomatoes that
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blast from the past!

Wed, Jan 13 2010
Today I cooked more of those beef fingers I wrote about a few months ago. I get them from a lovely butcher in a food hall in Cornwall. Tucked away just next to a Macdonalds and a petrol station is a great place called Kingsley village. Not only do they have a terrific food hall but they sell local pottery, art and surfing clothes. Upon leaving Dads house, we stop for petrol and a peruse! For our journey
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beef fingers

Sat, Aug 8 2009
Well, if you look up beef fingers on google, your search will reveal some magnificent recipes for a fish finger style thing made with beef. All American of course! The beef fingers I am talking about are a cut of beef that I bought from a lovely butcher near my Dads in Cornwall in a shopping centre called Kingsley Village. They are dead cheap and I have never seen them anywhere else. Basically, what
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Cornwall trip

Sat, Jun 6 2009
A few days away for me, means spending some wizard time with my son, eating great food, oh and I must not forget my husband. I get to actually see him!Cornwall is the part of our luscious country that I love the most. My Pa lives down here and we frequent his house as many times a year as we can. Its a totally tiny house but who cares when the sea gulls are screeching and the waves are crashing. This
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