Category Archive: Slowcooker

Slowcooked Chicken & Tomato Stuffed Pepper

Temperatures are dropping and the days are becoming shorter, so for us, it means the slow cooker has come out of the dark depths of the cupboard. We’re trying out a variety of savoury dishes for Halloween, a season not normally known for its savoury foods, but I want to have some options available, at …

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Making Salves And Moisturiser From Garden Weeds

*This post contains affiliate links. You will not be charged for using them, but I may earn a commission* While I’ll be the first to agree that we’ve made wonderful advances in medicine in the last century, I do think that we’ve lost a lot too, and that being able to harness some of nature’s …

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Shredded Slowcooked Lamb And Mushroom #LivePeasant

Have you ever seen the Red Tractor symbol when you buy meat and wondered what it’s for? Well,  the Red Tractor is a sign signifying that the lamb and beef you’re looking at is Quality Assured. “All beef and lamb carrying the Mark is chosen according to a strict selection process to ensure it is succulent and …

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Welsh Beef Hotpot (Slowcooker)

Growing up in South Africa, I took for granted that meat was meat. We seemed to always have good meat, when we had meat. Moving to England we found the quality of the meat… less than satisfactory. We’d often have a good meal – even in a restaurant – and comment that the meat was …

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