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Cookalicious is BACK! 13 July 2007

Posted by cath in Cooking Links, general info.
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I’ve been taking a wee break from cooking and creating recipes as I’ve had another big project on the go…my PhD thesis! But today I am back at cookalicious and I have some great new recipes to share with you all.

Whilst I’ve been mainly living on my store of homemade frozen (ready) meals and a few quick pasta sauces (and roast tomato sauces), WordPress has been tracking which of the cookalicious recipes you have been checking out.

I am happy to announce that chocolate crispy cakes are still the top recipe on the site. It seems pretty clear that you will be wanting my definitive brownie recipe – but I have to admit, I am still in the lab (kitchen) working on that one – but I hope to perfect it soon…watch this space! Update – the brownie recipe triumphantly arrives! Update 2009 – those crispy cake fans may want to check out the newest easy cake recipe: any-flavour fairy cakes.

Other popular recipes are my Thai food Green Curry, Laab, Chicken in the oven and Sweet and Sour, so I’ll be continuing to provide my favourite Thai dishes for you to try at home.

Another popular post is bread – and I’ll try and revisit that topic with more tips and alternate recipes.

Finally, I’ve had some interest in my gravy recipe, and I am keen to add a lot of Sunday roast recipes. For this I’ll be offering my tips for buying and roasting meat. But I’ll mainly be giving you some great and easy recipes for making your own condiments such as mint sauce, apple sauce and bread sauce for roast lamb, pork and chicken. Last but not least, a Yorkshire pudding recipe to go with roast beef.

Fish has so far made little impact in the cookalicious recipe collection, but for the last two months I’ve been eating a lot of it, and cooking it too. I know that some people find it a little scary to buy and cook, so I’ll be adding a lot of information, pictures, easy methods for cooking fish and ideas on what to buy. So look out for those and have a go at cooking up some fish – healthy, quick and generally easy, its cookalicious :)

Great to be back, now I’m off to write those recipes…

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1. Egeefay - 13 July 2007

You might be interested in this website.
http://www.thaifoodtonight.com
It’s got about 30 recipes each one with a cooking video to go along
Good if you like to try cooking Thai food at home


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