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Easy and simple recipes


Blue tinted optimist⭐
Oct 28, 2003
Cloud cuckoo land
Guys (and Gals),

My partner Dawn and I both love cooking and frequently get asked for our recipes. We have therefore decided to launch a food and recipe blog called The MaD Cookbook which we intend to update weekly.

The link is here -


and please feel free to comment and share.

Each recipe will be healthy(ish) and most importantly, easy. Neither of us are professionally trained in the kitchen... we just love cooking.

Thanks for reading.
Nice one. May give the curry a go. :thumbsup:

And spot on regarding spices. Fortunately an Asian community where I live so lots of these handy little shops.
1. Purchase jar of Dunns River Jerk marinade from ethnic grocers near the top of Hamlet Court Road.

2. Apply to chicken thighs, drumsticks or wings and leave to soak overnight.

3. BBQ/grill and enjoy.
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FFS, is any pub safe from being converted into some sort of gastro-pub?

Would be good to see some 'healthy' options, and not just specific meals but more attitudes towards eating healthily. I find it a struggle to eat well but feel full and energised. I play a lot of sport/running but don't seem to shift much weight without feeling lightheaded when going for a run or game. Any ideas? Is it worth shifting carbs to breakfast/lunch and trying hard to avoid carbs in the evening?