Simple and in Season March

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Thank you to all of you who entered and supported Simple and in Season February – there were some lovely seasonal creations, which I’ll be rounding up very shortly. In case any of your are super-keen, here’s the link up for March. This month, I’ve already been busy roasting my rhubarb (forced rhubarb is now… 

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Recipe: Slow Cooked Beef Brisket with Celeriac Mash and Wild Mushrooms

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Slow cooking is a great way to experiment with different cuts of meat and you can always ask your butcher to recommend a cheaper or less well-known piece. This weekend I slow cooked beef brisket for the first time in a lovely rich beef stock with carrots, baby onions, celery, garlic, tomato puree, port and fresh herbs. The… 

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Simple and in Season April Round Up

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Welcome to the round up of April’s Simple and in Season blog event here on Fabulicious Food!  Once more, we’ve had a delightful selection of seasonal produce, local to all those of you who joined in, including tulip petals, wild garlic, Alphonso mango, figs, watercress, purple sprouting broccoli and lots of ideas for rhubarb. There’s bound to be plenty… 

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Simple and in Season Blog Event on Fabulicious Food! – February – Now Open

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I’m very pleased to open up a new round of Simple and in Season here on Fabulicious Food! This is a monthly blog event, which showcases some of the best seasonal produce from all around the globe through simple recipes. If you haven’t joined in before, you can check out the January round-up and winner post to… 

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Simple and in Season on Fabulicious Food! Winter Round-Up Part Two (And Winner!)

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Here we are again, after rounding up the first half of the Simple and in Season Winter entries, we’re back with Part Two for more seasonal adventures. This time, the theme is definitely orange, with plenty of butternut squash, pumpkin and plenty of fresh, seasonal autumnal cooking… Entries 1-20 are here. 21. Just past the… 

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Simple and in Season Blog Event on Fabulicious Food! New Season Launch – January

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Simple and in Season on Fabulicious Food! has returned after a short seasonal break. Thank you so much to everyone who linked up to the last round, forty entries, from all over the world, celebrating and showcasing the very best seasonal produce. After lots of umming and ahhing, I’ve decided to keep the format exactly… 

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Baked Aubergine (Yotam Ottolenghi Recipe)

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I have to say that when I popped into my local Morrisons store this week, I did not expect to be met by such an amazing array of seasonal fruit and vegetables. I almost started taking photographs, but held back, in case someone thought I was mad. They did recently refurbish the store and so now it… 

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Simple and in Season Winter Recipe Link Up

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Welcome to another round of Simple and in Season. Each month I wonder whether it will be the last, but with 45 entries last month, which I had to split into savoury and sweet in the round-ups, I am encouraged to keep going and open up a new round! Thank you to everyone who took part last month…. 

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Simple and in Season September ‘Sweet’ Recipe Round-Up

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So here we have Part Two of the September Simple and in Season entries and we really were spoilt for choice when it came to this month’s ‘sweet’ seasonal offerings. Part One (Savoury) was rounded up here.  Firstly, I’m so pleased to announce that our winner this month is Urvashi from The Botanical Baker. You… 

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Simple and in Season September ‘Savoury’ Recipe Round-Up

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This month the Simple and in Season link-up had 45 entries! Granted, the round was open slightly longer than usual, but the end of summer and beginning of autumn did bring an abundance of seasonal treats. So, for this round-up, I have split the entries into Savoury and Sweet – and we’ll start with a round up of savoury recipes before moving… 

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