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Ultimate leftovers – chicken casserole with lemon and rosemary dumplings

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Last Sunday was all about using up the ends of a roast chicken from a couple of weeks before, plus sundry other odds and ends from the fridge.  I was so pleased with the end result I thought I’d share it here:  a homely chicken casserole with seasonal veggies, spelt and light dumplings made with rosemary and lemon.

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Seasonal Fruit and Vegetable Guide – Autumn

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This post is first of a new set of seasonal guides on Mostly Eating.  Quarterly seems like a good timescale for a produce guide; long enough to hide those little uncertainties induced by geography and climate which can easily throw things out by a few weeks.

Here’s what you will find in here:

  • a list of fruits and vegetables in
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Why Mostly Eating is a blog about people and planet

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Looking at my feed stats took me by surprise the other day (in a happy way). I was initially planning to post a message to say “Hi!” and “Welcome over”, lovely new readers. And then it struck me this was the
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Gordon Ramsay takes on those lazy, non-seasonal chefs

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I have a sneaking admiration for Gordon Ramsey. Yes, there is a lot of swearing and macho posturing there, but anybody who trains for a marathon while running a multi-million pound business empire gets my vote.  Plus, I had a quick nosey at his new healthy eating book earlier in the week and it’s really pretty good.

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