Been experimenting quite a lot in the kitchen of late due to my low cholesterol diet. If I am entirely honest the results have been decided mixed, but last night we had one in the “win” column and I thought I’d publish it here (as much so I don’t forget how I did it as thinking my readers might be interested!).
So I wanted something spicy, and Sugar Snap Peas were on offer in Morrisons and this is what I came up with.
300g Diced Chicken
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Yesterday I read with interest Ian Silvera’s LabourList post “How to get more women and ethnic minorities into politics: the sober way”.
Ian started by saying “Positive discrimination is oxymoronic”. And for me this is the essence of where both Ian’s article, and argument, goes wrong. Let’s be clear about this – there is nothing necessarily wrong with discrimination. That might seem an odd thing for a Labour activist to say but it is true.
Our society discriminates all the time, with
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I have not posted an recipes here at Lunchtime Legend since the end of Vegtember. But I recently discovered my Cholesterol levels were a bit high (and I also realised I was becoming a big fat pig!) so have embarked on a low cholesterol diet. Thinking differently about cooking always sparks my muse a little and therefore I am on one at the moment so regular readers might see a few of these.
In my RSS feed James Ramsden’s new post about a Mackerel, Oyster and Wasabi roll (and Jeez
Continue reading Warm mackerel, wild rice and roasted vegetable salad