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Sweet Figs!

It’s fig time again! We’re lucky of having a ‘fresh from the tree’ fig supplier who comes knocking at our door as soon as the season starts. There’s nothing sweeter and juicer than Maltese grown figs. Having the supply in hand, I decided on a light refreshing antipasto for today’s lunch. Follow the following instructions […]


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Being a food lover, I really enjoyed the movie Ratatouille! Remy, the rat, through a human character, Linguini, prepares many dishes and turn a restaurant into the talk of the town. A film to be savored over and over again and where the specialty dish was the French Ratatouille! For those who did not watch it… do so… and […]

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Tomato time

It’s the perfect time to find a large variety of fresh tomatoes which are ideal for summer lunches and can be used in many many ways! Here’s a seasoned tomato dish which can be served cold or warm with crusty bread and good quality extra virgin olive oil! For 4 persons you require: 1 kg […]

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Aubergine & Tomato Towers

Trying to cut down on calories is not the easiest of tasks for anyone, let alone for a food enthusiast who spends most of the day thinking about recipes to try, food to buy and preparing meals to eat! Ah yes, Summer is approaching and like many I want to lose some weight so now […]

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Mushroom soup

If you find some nice white mushrooms you can indulge in this simple and tasty soup. Here is what you require: Serves 4 500gr mushrooms 1 onion 1 celery stalk 1 garlic clove 1 large potato 2 fresh tomatoes 1ltr vegetable stock olive oil salt & pepper Chop the onion, garlic and celery stalk. Pour […]

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Vegetable Terrine

Serves 8 (as a starter) 3 leeks 150g mange tout 150g green beans 2 yellow peppers 2 red peppers 4 artichoke hearts divided into quarters 3 eggs 2 buffalo mozzarella rosemary, thyme, oregano Cut the top green part of the leeks and throw it away. Also remove and throw the first 2 leaves from the […]

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