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Perfect Soup for Autumn

It’s Autumn here, and it’s the perfect weather for soup! This week’s class over on Eventbrite (grab a ticket if you haven’t already, it’s FREE!) is focusing on three great soups: a Roasted Tomato, Caramelised Butternut, and our popular French Onion soup. Making soup is really easy. You don’t need a lot of fancy equipment, […]

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Tomato Pizza Sauce – BONUS!

Welcome to some bonus content! This post is for the ‘Tomato Pizza Sauce’ we’ll be making on this week’s #LPaGFoodieFriday Cook-a-Long. Say what? That’s right, Larder Pantry and Garden are hosting a series of online events, where you can cook along with Chef Kit. Most of these events will be free, so you’ll only need […]

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Authentic Easy Pizza Dough

If you follow our Instagram or Facebook pages, you may have seen a recent post on our pizza oven. This week’s recipes (you 2 this week as a bonus!) are for just that, an authentic easy pizza dough you can cook at home, to make super tasty pizzas! These pizza dough recipes will give you […]

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Preserving Fruit and Vegetables

It’s that time of year, when preserving fruit and vegetables plays a large part in our daily and weekly lives. Whether it’s from our own gardens, or from super/market purchases, preserving for tomorrow is always a great idea. As a chef, I hear a lot of people comment on making jam, chutney, relish, or just […]