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Peach Cobbler from Lucy Loves Food Blog

Lucy Loves… Peach Cobbler

Peach Cobbler Recipe When it comes to summer fruits, I am a bit fussy. I don’t like furry fruits unless they’re cooked. Raspberries, gooseberries, blackberries, peaches, they’re all just a bit too fuzzy for my liking. But cook them, now that’s a different story. The fur disappears and the fruit is suddenly right up my…

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Lucy Loves…Tonkatsu Pork

This crispy coated pork makes a tasty alternative to the super popular Katsu Chicken. As a family we love anything breaded. I fear I would eat a rat if it had been egg and breadcrumbed and fried *and probably have at dubious chicken outlets*. There’s something so tasty about the crisp crumb and it always…

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Lucy Loves…Cheese and Marmite Scrolls

It’s feeling a little nippy, time for snuggy comfort food and for time in your kitchen baking. When it comes to Marmite I am certainly in the love it camp. This does cause a problem, however, whilst I am trying to lay off the bread, as there is no receptacle for this truly British savoury…

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Lucy Loves…Coconut Jam Pudding

It’s time to cast off light summer desserts, as October begins, it’s all about the warming puds. The polo neck jumpers are out, the coat’s back on and there are scrunchy leaves on the ground in Richmond Park. This can only mean one thing – the return of the hot pudding. I have, frankly, had…

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Lucy Loves Chicken with Roasted Carrots and Sesame

This week Lucy is treating us to chicken tray bake with some seasonal roasted vegetables and just a hint of spice. A constant in my life is what can I do with chicken thighs. Thighs are by far my favourite chicken to eat, full of flavour, super crispy skin and always a really good price….

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Lucy Loves Grilled Caramel Apple Crumble

This week, Lucy is sharing a comforting, autumnal pud, cooked under the grill in a cast iron pan, freeing up your oven for extra roast potatoes on a Sunday. Autumn Sundays are made for a crumble. Actually I could eat crumble any day of the week, but it seems most appropriate on a Sunday after…

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Lucy Loves Mulligatawny Soup

This week, Lucy is reviving a warming Ango-Indian vintage dish, ripe for a delicious resurgence. The nights are drawing in blah blah blah. They are but there’s no need for me to bang on about it, as life is depressing enough as it is. The summer barely rocked up and now it’s over, so let’s…

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Lucy Loves Hot Toffee Brownie Pudding

This week, Lucy has created a brilliant warming, decadent pudding for you all to devour and enjoy. Lucy Loves started a tour of other people’s kitchens this weekend, so today’s recipe is bought to you from my lovely parents’ home in Eastbourne. With a slight nip to the sea breeze now it’s October, I decided…

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Lucy Loves Singapore Style Noodle Soup

Today, Lucy is sharing a quick soup recipe. Her spiced version of this classic comfort food is savoury and delicious. My youngest son is a huge fan of Singapore noodles, but only the ones from the supermarket chilled cabinet, he thinks the Chinese restaurant version contain too many alarming vegetables. So I decided to create this Singapore…