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This is a blog written by a cook for anyone interested in food or drink. Whether you do the cooking, eat out all the time (what, all the time?) or live with a cook and get to fill the dishwasher.

For cooks, there are answers to questions such as:

What can I do with (insert name of random food item).

What can I cook when I/they feel (insert state of mind).

What can I cook on (add special occasion of choice).

For those who don’t cook, I’ve written recipes that should be easy to follow. One day you will get to move on from the dishes.

And for cooks and non-cooks I’ve reviewed some places I like to eat/drink.

Hope you enjoy, share and add to my blog.

 

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