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So excited – treated myself to the new Jamie Oliver recipe book that was on deal in Waterstones!  It looks fantastic, loads of lovely meals and recipes, and I love his family-style sharing way of presenting food and eating it.

Can’t wait to try some out!  Anyone else made any of his 30-minute meal recipes?  Where should I start?

I love the sound of the kimchee slaw that goes with this green curry…

Or maybe his Swedish style fish cakes with zingy salsa…

Or this gorgeous platter of smoked salmon with beets and cottage cheese…

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I think it’s about time I started to share links to some of the lovely recipes and food blogs that I come across on my internet travels.  I have two ‘favourites’ folders dedicated to food – one for food blogs, and another for particular recipes I like.

I have been on the hunt today for a recipe for strawberry jam, specifically (if it exists) for a Swedish recipe.  I am after a Swedish strawberry jam recipe because I’m not particular fond of the strawberry jam that we have in this country.

However, when we were in Sweden we stayed at a strawberry farm and I fell in love with their jam.  It was runnier, and just much more enjoyable in my opinion.  I might even try the strawberry jam from the farm’s website, just played around with a bit.

Anyway…getting back to sharing links.  I shall put something together on the blog I discovered today and the dish that inspired me to share it, and then try to do so regularly.

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