sure you link up before the end of the month.
will be added to the No Waste Food Challenge Pinterest Board to help spread the food waste prevention love. I will also Stumble and Tweet all entries, as well as including them all in a full round up.
The NoWasteFoodChallenge is a foodbloggingchallenge designed to get us sharing the clever and creative ways we’ve prevented foodwaste by turning something which otherwise might have ended up in the landfill into something incredibly delicious and moreish
This bloggingchallenge, created by Kate from Turquoise Lemons, was launched to encourage us to share the recipes we've made using up leftovers and neglected ingredients that otherwise would have gone to waste
Not only does it have an effect on our shopping budget and although I am a fully fledged member of the meat eating club I do fully appreciate that there is a cost to what we eat and not just a financial one
dear Janice from Farmersgirl Kitchen is hosting the very timely NoWasteFoodChallenge, usually run by Elizabeth from Elizabeth's Kitchen Diary this month and so naturally this recipe is going directly over to bed down with the other brilliant entries
Bring the mixture to a simmer and reduce the heat (keep the cream bubbling but not boiling). In exchange for one of my favourite Italian Christmas recipes – I chose Panettone – I received the Welsh Christmas recipe for creamed leeks from Welsh mummy blogger Heledd Harman (Running in lavender)
Kitchen Nomadglobe-cooking recipe. When Mumsnet asked me to join in their latest campaign with Knorr, all about using up your leftovers and reducing foodwaste (not to mention saving money), I was really pleased because it's right up my street
Famous for its beautiful coastline and rich agricultural landscape, this county has a rich food heritage, and I am lucky enough to have sampled its delights many times, as my sister lives in Blandford Forum and is an expert on Dorset cuisine – she has just started a blog and is available to answer any Dorset culinary questions if you visit her at Most Simply Traditional
mix together to make a soft, not sticky dough. 3-4 large slightly tart apples, think Braeburn not Royal Gala, cut into small pieces. With the reserved dough, make a lattice effect over the top of the cake and then place into a preheated oven at 170C for 45-50 minutes until golden on top. 3-4 large slightly tart apples, think Braeburn not Royal Gala, cut into small pieces
You can use a jar of basic pasta sauce mix - it's often cheaper than making it - or fry one finely chopped onion, a sprinkle of garlic powder and black pepper, some oregano and add a tin of passata or chopped tomatoes, simmer and pour over pasta and meat balls when cooked