Author: coffeeandfood

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Easy Singapore Noodles

Noodles are just so versatile aren't they? Adding just a few ingredients and you've got a tasty and usually nutritional meal made up in minutes. Try this Singapore Noodle recipe. It's delicious.

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Salmon and Prawn Risotto – One Pot Wonder

So it’s the school summer holidays and it’s that challenging time of the year (well – all of this year has been a challenge hasn’t it?) when a lot of parent’s are faced with the task of juggling childcare with work commitments. To be honest – as a woman, it’s just another thing that I...

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Roasted Vegetable and Chicken with Goats Cheese

Another week has flown by already. I’m pretty sure life in lockdown is on some kind of superfast speed setting. It’s nearly four months since lockdown life started and last Saturday (super Saturday as it’s been referred to) saw the hospitality sector finally able to open back up – albeit tentatively. For someone like me...

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We’re back – June 2020

Update So, moving on a couple of years. Coffeeandfood.co.uk has been updated and is back ready and raring to go, focusing on all the latest foodie (and coffee culture) trends. Join me and my love for all things coffee and food-related. From the latest cafes and menu trends to home baking/cooking and drink inspirations. Lots...

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Bottle and Thyme

August not only signifies the build up to the forthcoming X Factor and Strictly Come Dancing series (Rev Richard Coles – can’t wait!); but it also brings us the middle chunk of the school summer holidays – the big chunk, the chunkiest chunk. This is the chunk that secretly sneaks up on you during your...

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Love food, hate waste

I can’t believe it’s August already….which means that it’s only a few weeks until X factor starts again, which of course mean’s it’s nearly Christmas……. So we had a fabulous foodie weekend: The local artisan market was on and it was also the first ever Chesterfield food and drink festival. Lots of delicious pies, cheeses,...