The cycling gourmand : food worth cycling for

The Cycling Gourmand - Food worth cycling for

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Ingredients: 1 cup flour 1/3 cup sugar 1 tsp baking powder 1/4 tsp salt 2 eggs 1/2 cup plain yoghurt 4 tbsp peanut butter (crunchy) 2 tbsp olive oil 3

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800 g brown rice Marigold bouillon or vegetable stock 1 yellow pepper, finely diced 1 small onion, finely minced 6 mushrooms, finely diced 10 cherry tomatoes, halved A handful of

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This was tonight’s dinner, kinda mushroom pesto with garlic. Again something she just knocked up in the kitchen and turned into a ever so yummy meal. A few splashes of

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Pack of white mushrooms, sliced 1.1 L chicken or vegetable stock 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 medium onion, chopped 325 g Arborio or other risotto rice 3 tablespoons unsalted butter

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One of the few things I get to cook in our household is roasted potatoes. The look I see on Peli’s face when I ask her if I should fire

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Now this is where Peli comes up trumps every time. A few days ago we had totally forgotten that our good friends were coming over for dinner. We had planned

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As a cyclist you need to eat your carbs by the bucket load, which at times can be a bit hard while cycle touring. Cooking normal pasta can really drain

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Batchelors “Pasta ‘n’ Sauce” sauces are pretty good cycling food and comes in all flavours. Nice little light packets, which make them perfect to carry in your panniers while touring.

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First things first, preheat the oven to 190°C/375″F/Gas 5. Dice the potato into 1crn (1/2in) pieces and pop them into a medium to hot ovenprooffrying pan with a few glugs

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Normally when Peli comes to me and says “I’m baking a cake” I’m bouncing around. But this time I just looked at her, because I was sure that I had

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I can’t really be bias to this wonderful company even when I used to work for them. Since it is over 16 years ago and they have had a massive

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1 medium aubergine 1 fennel 150ml olive oil 450g ripe tomatoes 3 tablespoons grated parmesan cheese 3 tablespoons of breadcrumbs Salt and pepper to taste Preheat oven to 200°C/ 400°F/

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These “nuttty” noodles make the perfect comfort food after a long day at work and they’re great as you can adapt them to the veg in your box. Prep time:

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This country and former empire is built on tea. You can’t do anything without getting asked “fancy a cuppa”. Like the weather is is probably the most talked about subject

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What an honour I’m giving you here, I’m sharing you my mum’s recipe for home made ice cream. This is the only thing in our household that can bring the

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How do you eat yours? I like them with a bit of salt and vinegar, not much, just a dab. Sometimes quite a bit of tartar sauce does the job,

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First time I heard about peanut butter, must have been in a American movie years back. Though I do love peanuts I couldn’t see myself eating that sticky stuff and

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I got a bit tired of porridge every morning, even when I tried to “spice” it up with jam, raisins, bananas etc. So I tried some bran flakes which I

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