Why my thyme is never wasted & neither is my food

wasted no food tastes of carolina

This week I am proud I wasted no food. I have to admit organising my meals isn’t always easy, and that this week I ended up with lots of my lovely Food Assembly vegetables a bit past their best.That’s why I hope the recipe featured below will inspire you to look beyond the soup for…

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On Jane Grigson and a polenta & trout dish

Last week I borrowed Jane Grigson’s English Food from my library. I was first deterred by the small typeface but now I got really into it, skimming through the recipes and reading the wonderful introductions to each chapter, dedicated to meat, fish, cheese and so on. What struck me is that the book was first…

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Eating local with the Food Assembly

Eating local with the Food Assembly - tastes of carolina

A trip to the local pub yesterday showed me the amazing potential of the food industry and how many people are choosing careers in this sector, with an increasing number of small producers and companies being setup. Eating local is the philosophy at the heart of the Food Assembly, an initiative born out of the…

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